25/09/2013

100 Jobs To Be Created At Twitter Euro Headquarters

An additional 100 jobs are to be created at the European headquarters of Twitter, doubling its workforce in Ireland.

The microblogging website made the announcement as it marked the second anniversary of its Dublin office in Pearse Street.

The new jobs will be within sales, marketing, legal, HR, finance, engineering and user services, and recruitment for the first 30 positions is already underway.

(MH/JP)

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