After several boom years followed by a spectacular collapse of the Irish economy in 2008, the country is ready to grow again.
Strict austerity measures have allowed the capital of the Republic of Ireland to honour its deficit reduction commitments. At the same time, companies are starting to hire again and new markets are opening. Driven by exports, the local economy established a new record of growth in the past couple of years and is slowly recovering. The tertiary industry is desperately looking for seasonal help, offering international students work and exciting intercultural exchanges. At the heart of Dublin, enjoy the bustling city atmosphere, intense cultural life and legendary Irish hospitality.