Insurance Firm Creates 150 Jobs In Dublin

One hundred and fifty new jobs are to be created in Dublin by Liberty Mutual Insurance.

The company announced that the jobs would be created over the next two years and would be based at their Blanchardstown office.

The firm is expanding its IT operations in Dublin with the establishment of an IT helpdesk, a security operations centre and a software engineering unit.


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