Subway To Create 1,800 New Jobs In Ireland

Labour TD Kevin Humphreys has welcomed the news that the Subway fast food chain are to create 1,800 new jobs in Ireland over the next six years.

Mr Humphreys said: "This is excellent news for the Irish economy and signals the growing confidence in our domestic business environment.

"Subway will open more than 180 new stores here over the next six years, creating 1,800 new jobs, with 400 of those positions to come on stream this year alone.

"Subway has a strong foothold in the Irish market, having opened 16 new stories here as recently as last year. The news that they are to significantly expand operations in Ireland is to be warmly welcomed."


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