As more and more of Silicon Valley’s tech giants open European operations in Ireland, one thing becomes more and more clear — Ireland is becoming a haven for tech talent.
Just last week, it was announced that Ireland is experiencing a huge surge in inbound tech talent.
And that talent is most definitely needed. In July alone, more than 2,200 tech jobs were announced, and the fact remains that there are more job vacancies than people to fill them.
It stands to reason, therefore, that Ireland would become a destination for tech talent seeking opportunities on new shores.
A vast number of those moving to Ireland for tech jobs are from countries in Eastern Europe.
And they clearly like it here.
Over the last few years, Siliconrepublic.com has been speaking to people who have moved to Ireland for work.
In those conversations, we have heard people from Eastern Europe describe Ireland as “the easiest country to emigrate to and still feel part of the community”, “a small cosy country with great opportunities”, and a country full of “charm and spirit”.
Though there are some naysayers, if the worst that can be said about Ireland is that no one here distils their own whiskey (not publicly, at least), then maybe it’s not such a bad place.
To read the stories of those who have already moved from Eastern Europe, and who have enjoyed many successes in Ireland, simply swipe through the articles at the top of this page.
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