80 Jobs To Be Created By EY

EY, the professional services company formerly known as Ernest Young, is to create 80 new jobs across its five sites in Ireland.

Currently employing more than 1,200 people in Ireland, EY have said that they hope to fill the first 40 vacancies before Christmas and the second 40 in the first half of 2014, to bring the company's total workforce in Ireland to 1,340.


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