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Working in IT Sector in Ireland

Ireland has a thriving IT sector and is home of the second highest concentrations of ICT multinational in the world, outside of Silicon Valley. Ireland is now seen as the international tech headquarters. With a skilled and educated work force companies are on the lookout for new recruits and new ideas to bring to their companies. Dublin, Cork, Waterford and Galway are some of the main hubs for the IT sector but this is constantly expanding across the whole of Ireland and more openings become available every day.

Types of Roles

Project Managers
Software Developers
Software Testers
Technical Support
App Developers
UX Designers

Average Salary

The average can vary based on position, experience, degree and what company you work with. The tech sector is arguably the best paid in Ireland so if you have experience in this field you’ll be making some big bucks. You could be making €3OK - €70K depending on your background.

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Working Hours & Holidays

9am – 5pm Monday to Friday. Can be quite flexible with options such as working from home.

By law, all those who work full-time in Ireland are entitled to 20 days of annual leave. It's not usually possible to get away with not taking leave and most employers will also award extra vacation days to long-term employees.

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