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How to tailor your CV for the Irish job market

By Amanda Fernandes / September 10, 2019

Are you looking to start a new job in Ireland? Did you just move to the Emerald Isle, or are you just looking to change jobs in Ireland?  It is important to note that there might be some differences between your home country’s CV pattern and the Irish one. There are some vital information you […]


How to get started as a volunteer in Ireland

By Jessica Sbardelotto / September 9, 2019

Becoming a volunteer in Ireland is one of the best ways to help people in need while learning and getting in touch with your more human side. According to the organisation ‘Volunteer Ireland’, there are over 14,000 volunteers registered in the country, adding up to more than 490,000 volunteer hours in 2016. When analysing gender, […]


What will happen to bank accounts for foreigners after Brexit?

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 9, 2019

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union on October 31, 2019, in a move called Brexit and that action will affect many foreigners who have accounts in the region.  People who have bank accounts in the United Kingdom could face numerous difficulties accessing their accounts, the reports. In the event of a […]


How does Brexit affect non-UK citizens after October 31?

By Ayomide Akinshilo / September 2, 2019

The United Kingdom (UK) will leave the European Union on October 31, 2019, with or without a deal agreed. Before the Brexit, EU citizens living in the UK must apply for settled status so they can legally stay after free movement ends at the end of October.  For starters, the UK is made up of […]


Taxi Drivers Protest Insurance Hike

By admin / October 12, 2016

Taxi Drivers from across Dublin are staging a protest in response to a significant increase in motor vehicle insurance today. Cab drivers from the TTnH, the voluntary organisation representing taxi drivers in Ireland, are angered by the sudden and severe increase to insurance premiums over the past few months. David McGuinness, a spokesperson for the TTnH, […]


Fancy a Career Change? Swing by Career Zoo

By Blessing Duke / October 6, 2016

Registrations are now open for the 12th Career Zoo event in Ireland. If you are looking for a job and still waiting for the phone to ring, career zoo has provided a way out.  Companies like Bank of Ireland, BMS, EY, Pramerica, DarkMatter, Enterprise Ireland, Ocuco, Amdocs, Microgaming, Cognizant, Ellucian and many more would be […]


Graduate Career Fair To Be Held At RDS

By admin / September 29, 2016

For many of the thousands of students studying in Ireland, 36,500 in Dublin alone, leaving full-time education for the working world can be a daunting prospect. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be. The gradireland Graduate Careers Fair takes place in less than a week’s time on 5th October, and showcases a wide variety of potential […]


Apple Announce New London HQ

By admin / September 28, 2016

Technology giant Apple has announced today that it will create a new headquarters in London’s Battersea Power Station. The move will concentrate the company’s 1,400 London staff into one office, taking up 40% of the space in the landmark Grade II listed building, which has been undergoing a multibillion-euro renovation over the last few years. The […]


Garda Needs 900 New Members

By admin / April 20, 2016

While about 650 trainees are due to enter the Garda College, Templemore this year, the Association of Garda Superintendents (AGSI) has said it was clear this was not enough. The association’s annual delegate conference in Naas, Co Kildare, also heard the Government needs to make additional funding available to allow for increased recruitment. The association […]


Sleep more, work less

By admin / February 25, 2016

It is hard to invent the Mars spaceship or create a good marketing plan for selling swimsuits in Saudi Arabia, after a party and on just two hours of sleep. On the other hand, many companies start the work day too early, at 8am or 9am, destroying their employees natural “body clocks”.   Till Roenneberg, […]

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