If you want to work in Ireland, you must have the relevant employment visa. This can be a confusing concept for some, so we aim to give you a more in-depth guide to the various type of visas and work permits available.
UrbanTraffic tends to be heavy, and parking limited, in Ireland’s major cities so you are advised to use public transport when possible, especially for commuting to work.All cities well served by public bus services. The main operator is the state-owned Coras Iompair Éireann (CIE). CIE also operates a late night bus service to Dublin airport. For
Ireland ranks as the 11th most expensive country to live in, just behind the United Kingdom, according to data compiled by Numbeo. Ireland has a Consumer Price Index of 92.09, meaning the cost of living here is just under 8 per cent less than in New York (CPI=100). This index takes account of all the main components of the cost of living, such as
Full-time education is compulsory from the age of 6 to 16 and there is no nationwide subsidised pre-school system. The Department of Education and Skills is responsible for the educational system in Ireland.
Getting connected to the Internet in Ireland is fairly easy. Options include: dial-up, DSL, Satellite, 3G mobile and cable. Broadband is largely available in Irish cities, but much of the countryside is not yet very well covered.
If you are an EU/EEA or Swiss national and are travelling or staying in Ireland you are entitled to receive free maintenance and treatment in public beds in Health Service Executive (HSE) and voluntary hospitals should you become ill or have an accident.