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# tech jobs

This year
Vodafone cutting 11,000 jobs as new CEO says group ‘must change’
Newly appointed CEO Margherita Della Valle said that the company’s performance “has not been good enough”.
Microsoft says it will axe 10,000 employees over poor economy
The tech stalwart cut jobs twice last year.
Amazon to cut more than 18,000 jobs globally
In September the company shipping items from a new fulfilment centre in Dublin which employs 500 people.
Last year
Government 'will be there to help' as Irish job losses at Meta expected to begin this morning
The Tánaiste says he is ‘confident’ Meta ‘will honour all their legal obligations in relation to redundancy information and consultation’.
All time
Facebook to hire 1,000 more people in Ireland in 2019
The jobs will be across a number of areas.
Ireland's largest tech recruitment event is aiming for a 50/50 gender balance this year
Upstarter has partnered with several organisations seeking to drive women to tech jobs.
Girls turned off IT jobs by 'geeky, anti-social, overly masculine, nerdy image'
A leading industry figure thinks an industry makeover could be in order.
An Irish startup wants tech workers to go for lunch and come back with jobs
Everyone’s gotta eat, right?
Cork-based business to hire 80 new staff to help give away other companies
Global shares is based in Clonakilty forecasts that it will double its staff within three years.
Women shouldn't ask for pay rises, they should 'have faith': Microsoft boss
But the CEO’s comments didn’t go down so well…
Sure the ping pong is fun, but IT staff also want to do good work
Survey says IT workers now prefer startups to big tech companies so they get to do interesting projects.
Diona opens global HQ in Dublin, creates 40 new tech jobs
Diona was founded in 2012 by Dublin-born Graham Stubbs and has offices in India, the UK, Germany, USA, Canada, Dubai and New Zealand.
Here’s what happened today: Friday
Get up to speed on the scrums at Ireland’s tax offices today, the renewed strike threat by doctors and the landmark report on climate change…
Tech firm Qualtrics to hire 50 people at Dublin base
The data collection and analysis company hopes to hire a total of 150 people across its international operation in the next three years.
The technology sector is open for business, but there's a shortage of suitable candidates
A survey of 38 major tech companies estimates there’s 4,500 job vacancies in the ICT sector, but there is a major skills shortage.
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