Journal Media To Create 35 Jobs

Journal Media has said it is to create 35 media-based jobs.

According to RTÉ, the jobs will be created over the next three years and will bring the total number employed by the firm to 80.

The roles will be created in sports journalism and other media areas.

The company is behind the websites DailyEdge.ie, TheJournal.ie and TheScore.ie.


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