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Irish Want Pay Raise
Irish Want Pay Raise

Irish Want Pay Raise

Irish Want Pay Raise

More than three quarters of Irish workers expect to get a pay rise in 2017. That is according to a new survey of staff working in over 7,000 firms across the country, breakingnews.ie reports. The study - carried out by Abrivia Recruitment and the Trinity Business School - also found that 84% of firms plan to hire more staff this year. The strongest jobs growth is expected in the marketing, sales and ICT sectors. The upswing in confidence this year harks back to Ireland’s glory days in the early 2000s.

 

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