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Which Sectors are Growing in Ireland? 2017

20th September 2017


This year in Ireland has been a good one for jobs. Nearly 20,000 jobs were created in the first three months of 2017 and this August the unemployment rate fell to 6.3% -that’s the lowest it’s been in 9 years, and 3 points lower than the euro-area average of 9.1%. So, what are the booming industries in Ireland and what jobs are most in demand in 2017


https://www.cpl.ie/Blog/finding-your-next-job/2016/Which-sectors-are-booming-in-Ireland


What jobs will still be around in 20 yrs time, read this to  prepare your future  


https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jun/26/jobs-future-automation-robots-skills-creative-health


These will be the top jobs in 2025 and the skills you will need to get them !!

https://www.fastcompany.com/3058422/these-will-be-the-top-jobs-in-2025-and-the-skills-youll-need-to-get-them


Gradireland


Jobs with your degree

While your degree may lead you in a particular direction, be aware that there are other paths open to you as well. Careers advisers estimate that about 40 per cent of vacancies advertised for graduates do not ask for specific degree subjects. In fact, many employers will be more interested in your personal skills and abilities than your degree discipline.

So, if your degree is not in an obviously vocational subject, or if you want a change, don't worry. Most graduates will find that their studies have given them a set of 'transferable skills' that can be used in a variety of careers – including many that may not be directly connected to their degree subject at all.

Choose your area of study from the menu to find a list of suggested jobs relevant to your subject. There may also be other jobs open to you, not listed here, that do not require a specific degree background.

https://gradireland.com/careers-advice/jobs-with-your-degree



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