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Ireland: Feeling Defeated+:

What is your educational/professional background? If your experience qualifies you for a Critical Skills Employment Permit, you will have an easier time relocating there. I would recommend researching recruitment firms in Ireland and applying for jobs on their website. Typically a recruiter will call you to discuss what you are looking for.

Ireland: Job Prospects after Grad School:

I received an offer to attend grad school in Dublin next fall (2018) in an engineering program. I have accepted the offer and plan to live and work in Ireland once I graduate. Ireland allows graduates to stay in the country for 12 months to find a job, but I am worried about how difficult it may be to find a job. Specifically, I will be pursuing a career in the pharma industry after having worked for 4 years as a chemical engineer in the US. Does anyone (non-EU) have any experience with finding a job after grad school? Thanks!

Ireland: Pet transport company:

We are moving next year from the Chicago area. We are bringing our dogs to the UK via the Queen Mary 2 then taking to the ferry to Ireland. The ship provides you with a step by step guide to bringing your dog into the UK properly, and from my understanding, since you will be arriving to Ireland from the UK, you are not required to go through a company.


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