300 New Jobs Announced In South Dublin

Three hundred new jobs are to be created in south Dublin by Sage, Europe's second largest technology firm.

Welcoming the news, Fine Gael TD for Dublin Rathdown, Olivia Mitchell, said: "By choosing to locate in Sandyford, Sage, Europe's second largest technology company, will join some of the premier tech companies.

"Sage is seeking a labour force comprised of high level professionals in marketing, sales and services and will benefit from the rich technology talent pool already established in Dublin Rathdown.

"These new jobs themselves will be a welcome boost to the Dublin Rathdown economy, as will the spin off jobs resulting from so many additional people working in the area."


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