Where are the Jobs?
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DT081 – Honours Degree in Computer and Communications Engineering
DT008 – BEngTech in Electronic and Communications Engineering
DT080 – BTech in Networking Technologies
An IDA survey revealed that 47pc of all foreign direct investment jobs created in 2011 require ICT, science and technology skills. A recent IrishJobs.ie survey also showed that while the total number of jobs advertised online decreased towards the end of 2011, the demand for ICT employees increased.
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- GCS look to Irish IT recruitment with Dublin office.
- EMC to add 200 jobs in Cork.
- Citrix to create 50 new jobs for Ireland.
- UPC creates 12 IT jobs for European competency centre .
- Severe ICT skills shortage highlighted by 4,500 vacancies.
- Cubic Telecom to create 70 new jobs after landing US$5.2m investment.
- VoiceSage to invest €1m in R&D programme, creating 10 jobs.
- More Long Term Jobs in Irish Tech.
- Microelectronics sector expects to hire 200 graduates every year.
- High-potential start-ups to create 1,600 new jobs in three years.
- Up to 150 new jobs for Cork as FireEye establishes tech support in the city.
- Unum to create 40 high-tech jobs at Carlow software centre.
- Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs aims to fill 900,000 predicted European ICT vacancies.
- 62 new jobs for Limerick as Worldwide TechServices rolls into town.
- Guidewire Software to create 75 jobs in Dublin.
- Eishtec reveals plans to hire a further 100 people.
- Renewable energy consultancy Natural Power to create 20 new jobs in Dublin.
- Yahoo!to create more than 200 jobs in Dublin.
- Insurance giant Zurich to create 112 jobs at two new IT hubs in Dublin.
- 3,500 construction and 800 full-time technology jobs with Intel Ireland.
- 100 new jobs on the way for Vistakon.
- Kobo Establishes Software Development Centre in Dublin.
- Huawei to open R&D centre in Dublin and Cork, 50 jobs on the way.
- 300 jobs created as financial and gaming firms staff up.
- Ireland’s microelectronics sector on track to create 1,300 new jobs by 2015.
- Tech employers are most in-demand according to LinkedIn data (infographic).
- 25 new jobs at IT security firm Integrity Solutions.
- Five emerging innovation firms to create 122 jobs across Ireland.
- Google pays most for software engineers.
- YapStone International Ltd to create 120 jobs in new Co Louth headquarters.
- US Electronics firm to create 30 Cork jobs.
- Google to celebrate opening of new €75 million air-cooled data centre in Dublin.
- SumUp to create 40 jobs in Dublin.
- New website set up to fill 1,500 vacancies in Irish software sector.
- Kainos creates 110 new jobs on back of booming software business.
- Tech job announcements this year reach 4,000.
- Competition heats up for Tech Jobs.
- Cloud Computing - 80 new jobs.
- 100 new technology jobs.
- Tech jobs bonanza.
- 350 games jobs on offer.
- FDI companies seek graduates.
- New finance bill.
- Why Ireland needs to get switched on to tech careers
- Learning about where the new jobs are coming from.
- Where will the best paying jobs be in Ireland 2015?
- High-tech sector better for jobs than traditional areas, says IDA.
- The year in tech business.
- What the tech industry landscape will look like in 2012.
- Increase in demand for IT professionals at the end of 2011.
- Steer children to science, parents urged.
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