EY is hiring for its offices across the country as its fee income climbs.
The CSO and HEA released the report that monitored graduates from 2010 to 2014.
Concerns have been raised about the lack of graduates finding employment in regional areas.
Some famous names share their experiences – and yes, first impressions count.
We asked three recent graduates to write a letter to their former selves. Here’s what they had to say…
Bruton said that while the recruitment and appointment of teachers is a matter for the individual school.
The TUI has today called for an end to unequal salaries for teachers.
The number of women officers in the Defence Forces is finally on the rise and Catherine Smyth is one of them. But Catherine is Scottish, not Irish.
College graduates have weathered the recession far better than those without a degree, but unemployment rates are still high.
A graduate recruitment campaign to fill the posts was launched yesterday.
We place third when it comes to our share of third level graduates.
Watch. The. Details.
Seriously – check your writing skills.
It’s hard to know where to start – here’s some advice to get you going.
Things are looking up for new graduates entering the workforce…
Having launched in March, Shake.io aims to connect students with paid graduate positions and internships.
That’s since the beginning of the recession.
And current trainees may be following suit…
There has been a series of initiatives put in place to encourage interest in STEM subjects for school leavers; will the effort be rewarded with good jobs?
The INTO has directed its members not to participate in the scheme.
Union president Joe O’Connor said that schemes such as JobBridge had led to “a very, very employer friendly market”.
Over the last ten years, graduate salaries went up, but then down even quicker.
The Agriculture Minister welcomed reports that voting rights are to be extended to more graduates, but believes more ‘fundamental’ reform is needed.
A Forfás report has called for more and better ICT courses and says that for social welfare changes should be introduced to encourage take-up.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny announced the new jobs at an electronic trading company in Dublin and an Irish start-up telemarketing company in Carlow.
The latest emigration figures offer little hope to the young people of Ireland – the government must act now and produce a national jobs strategy for young people, writes Joe O’Connor.
Recruiters at Robert Walters want Irish emigrants who have gained experience in financial services.
The jobs are being made available under the Aspire Programme, and will see jobs available in 45 SMEs in Ireland.
With 400 of the 1,600 jobs to install water meters being set aside for graduates, the unemployed and small businesses, is this a move that should be repeated?
The Minister for Health criticised graduate nurses for not taking up lower-paid jobs with the HSE.
Young nurses are right to boycott the new nursing graduate scheme, which would further cut pay for new graduates entering the Health Services, writes Patrick Nulty TD.
SIPTU has written to the Minister for Health asking him to stop the HSE plan to recruit new nurses on lower salaries
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation says graduate nurses should not have to work for 80 per cent of the usual wage.
The recruitment drive could save as much as €10 million by reducing the reliance on agency workers and overtime, the HSE said this evening.
Graduate Paul Lang found himself unemployed after leaving college but said that volunteering was the first step to getting his life back on track.
Graduates from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, as well as technology, management consulting and risk professionals.
The National Student Challenge will take place in UCD today in what gradireland hopes is a new way of providing opportunities for graduates with some of Ireland’s biggest companies.
A survey of Ireland’s leading employers by gradireland also found that many employers believe graduates lack communication and writing skills.