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Hundreds of students and graduates of GMIT are expected to attend the annual GMIT Careers and Recruitment Fair in the Galway campus on Monday October 7.
US Companies in Ireland are currently seeking over 2,500 people to fill vacant positions in their companies, the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland’s annual Workforce Activation Survey shows.
The Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton TD, will visit the Employment and Advice Fair, which takes place at the Volvo Global Village, South Park, Galway and opens today (Friday June 29) from 3pm to 8pm, and Saturday, June 30 from 10am to 4pm. The event is aimed at Irish and EU workers looking for jobs locally and throughout Europe.
Galway is punching above its weight in attracting jobs, according to Labour TD for Galway West Derek Nolan.
Fine Gael TD, Michelle Mulherin, has said that a new survey which shows 90 per cent of business leaders support a Yes vote in the Fiscal Compact Treaty Referendum highlights the importance of a positive result. The survey, carried out by IBEC, is based on the replies of more than 400 CEOs.
Yes - Fine Gael
“A Yes vote in the Fiscal Treaty referendum will be a key step in our economic recovery. It will send out a message of certainty to international investors thinking about creating jobs here.”
An announcement made by global pharmaceutical company Mylan that it is to create more than 500 new positions, 220 of which are to be based at its facility in Connemara, has been broadly welcomed as a major boost.
As I’m typing this on this Wednesday evening, with the sun squinting in through the blinds and the sky blue as far west across the city as I can see it, it is not difficult to be optimistic about the fate of Galway in this time of unprecedented doom and gloom.