400 New Jobs Announced For Dublin

A total of 400 new jobs are to be created by Deloitte with the expansion of its consulting business, it has been announced.

The new jobs will be in data analytics, digital design, tech strategy and transformation and customer strategy amongst other roles.

One hundred jobs are expected to be created immediately, with the remained taken on over the next four years.

Welcoming the news Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton, said: "Technology is at the very heart of our Action Plan for Jobs. It is altering the way virtually every job is done. It is changing business models and creating new openings for companies across every area of the economy and it is creating massive new opportunities for the Irish economy in new sectors like big data and financial technology. Over recent years we have been successful in supporting jobs growth in these areas – but we have to remain vigilant and ready to seize new opportunities. Today’s very welcome announcement by Deloitte is a great example of the massive new opportunities created by these changes, I commend Brendan and the team on this and wish them every success with this project."


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