HighlightsThe April 11 Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor recorded a negligible decrease (0.2%) in the number of new professional jobs in the market from March 11It did however, register a 60% increase in new professional job vacancies compared to the same time last yearApril 11 saw an 18% decrease since March in the number of professionals
After a beautiful long weekend of unwinding and recharging the batteries, yesterday morning I decided to ease back into reality by checking out my news feed on Twitter... I came across an article in the careers section of the New York Times about how employees can ask for help in the workplace without making themselves look or feel incompetent.
HighlightsIn March 11, the Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor registered a 20% month-on-month increase in the number of new professional jobs in the marketThe number of new professional job vacancies was up 75% year-on-year from March 10 and was the highest volume recorded since October 08March 11 also saw a 22% increase in the number of
Figures from Tourism Australia reveal that in the 12 months ending on 31 January 2011, the number of Irish nationals that were granted a visa to work in Australia jumped by 30% compared to the same period in 2009/10. Our colleagues in Morgan McKinley's Sydney office have also noticed an increase in demand for accountants, particularly in the
Limerick, 2 March 2011 – Irish-owned global professional recruiter Morgan McKinley has launched a dedicated IT recruitment division in its Limerick office, consolidating its position as Ireland’s market leader in IT recruitment consultancy.The new division will draw on the experience and expertise of Morgan McKinley’s established IT teams in Cork
According to our latest Irish Employment Monitor, the number of new professional jobs in the market increased by 39% from December 2010 to January 2011. After these figures were released, I received queries from several people wanting to know more about the Waterford and Kilkenny jobs markets in particular, so I thought I would share some insights
HighlightsThe Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor reports that the number of new professional jobs in January 11 increased by 39% from December 10This also reflected a 37% increase year-on-year from January 10 and was the highest number of new job vacancies recorded since October 08January 11 saw a 23% increase in the number of professionals