As we close in on Q4 we all start to get that comfortable feeling in anticipation of the lazy Christmas period that awaits us. This is something we should all enjoy as we have worked hard all year and feel it is our right for some downtime and enjoyment in the final weeks of December.
This sentiment is very true unless you are one of the
In the wake of Ireland’s heartbreaking defeat you can’t help but be frustrated. After topping the group and our outstanding performance, the whole country was united in the anticipation of a semi-final.
Despite the ongoing recession, there is still movement within the professional skilled labour market. The latest Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor (Jan 2013) shows that new permanent job opportunities for professionals in Ireland increased by 42% from 6,861 in December 2012 to 9,730 in January 2013. This also represented a 4%
‘Cause I’m leaving on a jet plane, I don’t know when I’ll be back again' – a scenario we have all been touched by whether it be family, friends, neighbours, work colleagues, we’ve all been affected. Ireland is the only territory in the world in which the population today is smaller than it was two centuries ago. According to the Central