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Irish language jobs (Europe)

The EU offers job opportunities for both students starting out on a career and trained professionals seeking new challenges. 

Choosing a job with the European Unions Institutions is the first step in opening a multitude of doors in an international careers market. The EU Institutes cater for 500 million people in 28 member states. This creates a wide range of jobs with real impact. 

As a graduate, you can apply for a job at entrance level in various different sectors. The EU regularly recruits graduates with work experience, administrators, trained professionals, translators and interpreters. 

Working in the EU requires strong analytical, organisational and communication skills. It also presents an exciting opportunity to work with a multi-cultural staff. 

More information regarding Careers with Irish in the EU

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