The Irish government has extended the period during which international graduates of masters and doctoral programmes may remain and work in the country after their studies.
Technology giant Microsoft is expected to create 500 jobs at its new inside sales centre in Dublin, with a further 100 positions emerging across existing operations in their Sandyford offices.
Tech Mahindra, an Indian IT multinational, has announced the addition of 150 new positions in Dublin which will be filled over the next three years. The announcement comes after the company established a new Centre of Excellence in Dublin this week to focus on digital technologies.
As we look back on the job announcements of 2016, we learn that it has been an amazing 12 months for Irish jobs. Almost 20,000 jobs were announced over the course of the year marking 2016 as the second year of record job growth in Ireland.
Traditionally, the global lead software which Enterpryze provide has been available only for larger scale companies due to the expense involved. However, Mr Browne said Enterpryze is intending to “democratise” ERP by making it more widely available.
The largest pharmaceutical company in Japan, Takeda, is to invest €40m in a new facility at their Grange Castle site in Clondalkin, Dublin 22.
Singlepoint have announced the expansion of their Irish offices with the opening of new facilities at 31 Marlborough Street, Dublin 1 which will bring 50 new jobs to the city.