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Eolas Recruitment News Archive Articles From 2019


What makes a champion?

  • 30 Jul 2019

Everyone at Eolas Recruitment was thrilled when Katie Taylor became the undisputed lightweight champion of the world in June. Katie’s comments, reported in the Irish Times by Michael Dorgan, really struck a chord with our recruiters because they...

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Time to step up support for companies locating outside Dublin

  • 16 Jul 2019

While Dublin was recently ranked the number one large city in the world for foreign direct investment, there is huge pressure on accommodation in the capital. Eolas Recruitment increasingly finds that good candidates are unable to take up roles...

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How to avoid sabotaging your job interview

  • 2 Jul 2019

A complaint we often hear from employers when hiring for tech roles is that “nobody wants to do a day’s work anymore”. Usually, the employer gets this impression when a candidate appears more interested in salary, benefits and conditions than...

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Five trends developers and IT workers should watch this year

  • 18 Jun 2019

Demand for tech talent continues to be very strong with employers competing to attract suitably qualified candidates for key roles. Set out below are five trends contributing to the current demand. Gaming and eSports: Ireland’s gaming...

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Skills every project manager needs

  • 4 Jun 2019

For IT professionals, project management is an interesting and rewarding specialism with excellent opportunities for career progression. While technical knowledge and experience are an advantage when applying for project management roles, management...

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Emerging opportunities in Ireland’s eSports and Gaming Industry

  • 21 May 2019

Ireland’s gaming industry has expanded steadily in recent years and is poised for further growth due to developments like the popularity of eSports and the rise of mobile gaming. PwC predicts that video gaming and eSports will grow by 27 percent...

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Current trends in Quality Assurance

  • 8 May 2019

When Capgemini and Sogeti released the 10th edition of their World Quality Report recently, they observed that, for the first time, IT professionals ranked customer experience as the number one priority of their quality assurance activities. The...

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Common CV mistakes that undermine your job application

  • 24 Apr 2019

When submitting your CV to a recruiter, it is important not to overlook key information or make basic mistakes. Set out below are some of the most common mistakes we find on CVs submitted by candidates applying for roles in the IT sector. ...

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Brexit: What tech workers moving from the UK to Ireland need to know

  • 26 Mar 2019

For IT professionals moving from the UK, there are good opportunities in most locations around Ireland. IT skills are increasingly valuable to companies in all sectors and businesses are competing to attract and retain talent, knowing that it can be...

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