I have noticed in recent times that some of our clients have taken a keen interest in, or have even made a move towards non-relational database management systems (non-RDBMS). Although relational database management systems (RDBMS) have ruled the roost where data management is concerned for the last 30 years, this shift towards or interest in non-
According to Enterprise Ireland, the Irish software sector is rapidly expanding, growing by almost 10% in the last year alone. To sustain this growth and meet demand, more than 600 companies in Ireland are currently hiring. This is mirrored in our business activity in Ireland.In the first half of this year, Morgan McKinley successfully placed over
I was pleased to read an article on Silicon Republic announcing that the National College of Ireland (NCI) now offering job seekers the opportunity to take up a free part-time programme in cloud computing, web development or web technologies under the Government’s new springboard initiative.The initiative was launched in May this year, by the
Following my previous commentary on recruitment trends within the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors (read here), the last quarter has shown a consistent level of demand for talent throughout the medical device industry in particular. Quality Assurance remains high on the agenda of most companies, and recent developments pertaining to the
With the strengthening Australian dollar, a low unemployment rate of around 4.4% and Australia’s resilient economy, a move down under has become even more appealing to experienced professionals looking for their next new role. Having recently transferred from Morgan McKinley London to our Sydney office, there are several points I recommend you
Our Chief Commercial Officer, Brian Murphy, interviewed live on RTÉ Television News at One to discuss the June 11 Irish Employment Monitor, a monthly report which measures the 'pulse' of the professional jobs market.
HighlightsThe Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor registered a slight decrease (3%) in the number of new professional jobs in the Irish market from April 11 to May 11However, it did log a 35% increase in new professional job vacancies compared to May 10, and was the third highest number of available roles recorded since October 08May 11 also