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Finding a job in Ireland is neither difficult for European Union citizens, nor for non-European Union citizens. Find out, in this article, how to proceed.

EA-EU citizens

European citizens can easily find information about employment in Ireland directly through their national employment agencies or through European employement networks like EURES. Job seekers can also visit a multitude of websites like Monster, Irish Jobs or Toplanguage jobs.

You can also vist the national employement agency's website in Ireland (FAS) for further information about the labor market in the country.

  Useful links:

European Job Mobility Portal ec.europa.eu
Irish National Traning and Employment Authority (FAS) www.fas.ie

Non-EEA - EU citizens

In order to get a work visa or a green card in Ireland, a work contract or a valid job offer from an Irish employer is necessary. For more information about job offers in Ireland, visit websites such as the EEI or of the chamber of commerce of your home country established in Ireland.

Submit your CV on dedicated websites such as Monster or Toplanguages jobs, or on recruiting agencies online.

  Useful links:

Expat.com - Job offers 
Iagora www.iagora.com
Linked In www.linkedin.com
Jobs www.jobs.ie
Monster www.monster.ie
Irish Jobs www.irishjobs.ie
Recruit Ireland www.recruitireland.com
Toplanguages jobs www.toplanguagejobs.ie

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how about non EU citizens who wants to work in Ireland?

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