Realistically speaking when will there start to be more jobs in the Republic of Ireland?
I am working at the moment and have another plan that will keep me going for a while after that. But then that is it. Will the Recession be any bit better in a year and a half? Any interesting articles via links about the situation would be very much appreciated.. I would be in the Accounts area training to be an Accountant. Cheers for answers Thanks for all the great answers. I cannot make up my mind so will leave it to a vote. Thanks again
Asked By: Crazygirl - 3/1/2010
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There will be more jobs when the rest of the world has recovered economically and starts buying from us again, there is nothing in the Irish economy itself to actually bring about a recovery, the banks have effectively stopped lending, people are afraid to spend, and it will be about 30 years before the taxpayer pays... More
Answered By: Katherine - 3/2/2010
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If only we kne. I just lost my job aswel now in a 'high skilled sector' civil engineer. joined the dole dam its depressing prime time programme link with mary coclan (however you spell her name) talking crap! http://www.rte.ie/player/#v=1067415
Answered By: Brian M - 3/1/2010
We need to stop losing them before we start gaining them again. I can see it taking a few years. I lived with a few accounting students last year who were doing their masters. I think about a quarter of their class got jobs and the rest are in limbo.
Answered By: Flying mop dog II - 3/1/2010
I'd say two years + and at that not as much work as before. I'm going on hope. http://www.irishtimes.com/indepth/planet-developer/
Answered By: Johnathan F - 3/1/2010
Looks like our goverment are quite happy to see the skilled labour flee the country http://www.independent.ie/opinion/columnists/martina-devlin/martina-devlin-time-to-reshuffle-marys-skills-out-of-harms-way-2078558.html
Answered By: hanibal_smith_2000 - 3/1/2010
When I was out of work I did a FÁS accounts course (Level 5 FETAC Certificate in Computerised Accounts & Payroll). All it taught me was that I fecking HATE bookkeeping. I'm so pleased I'll never have to prepare another trial balance ever. You must have some serious brains CG!
Answered By: R - G - 3/1/2010
Oh good, I don't know! I'm very lucky in that I'm still in school but have 2 part time jobs and don't get pay cuts or taxed or anything like that. But I know soo many people that have lost theirs and people are still losing them. Our economics teacher said it could take up to 3 years. :S... More
Answered By: Aisling - 3/2/2010
I hope in the next year or two but realistically thinking would say a few more years than that..Have seen so many lose their jobs lately here & think it will get worse before gets better..
Answered By: Sláinte xxxx - 3/2/2010
YES to Jobs...YES to Lisbon....
Answered By: Woof! Woof! said the Dog - 3/2/2010
The good times are over...for good..half a million people unemployed.. most of them from the Construction Sector which will never recover simply because the country is full of empty houses that nobody can afford to buy....so start looking abroad for work.....any work...
Answered By: garyindiana - 3/3/2010
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