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The time is right for job hunters in Scotland. Since the beginning of the year, the number of people asking for Job Seeker’s Allowance fell by 3300, according to the most updated official surveys. At the moment the unemployment rate in Scotland is 6.9%, below the average 7.2% of the whole Unit...

Grafton Recruitment, established in Dublin in 1983, has been providing Permanent and Temporary staffing solutions to the Public and Private sector for more than 30 years. With a network of 60 offices in 16 countries, Grafton has become one of the largest staffing providers in Ireland and Central Ea...

We interviewed Seamus Parfrey, one of the two principals of Parfrey Murphy Chartered Accountants. Having obtained a B.Comm. degree from University College Cork he qualified in 1979 as a Chartered Accountant having trained in PricewaterhouseCoopers, Cork. He set up practice in 1980 and was admitted ...

The economy in Northern Europe (including Ireland and UK) is slowly coming out of the recession while Southern Europe is still struggling. Many European and International companies (es. Google, Ibm, HP, Apple, Facebook, Paypal, Amazon, Xerox, Emc, Trend Micro, ecc…)  have invested in Irelan...