Employment search engine Indeed to create 600 new jobs in Dublin
Indeed are set to create 600 new jobs in Dublin.
The employment search engine are expanding their St Stephen's Green headquarters and moving to two new locations on Capital Dock.
The expansion will see Indeed's workforce increase to 1,600 in the city centre.
Minister Heather Humphreys said that the expansion was "very positive" news for the Irish workforce.
"The company’s decision represents a real vote of confidence in Ireland as a place to do business and shows that the country remains highly attractive to overseas investors," she said today.
“While Indeed’s expansion plans are the latest in a series of positive investments by multinational companies in Ireland, we cannot take future successes for granted."
Indeed's Dublin offices operate as a headquarters for their work in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Junior Education Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor has said that the move will create considerably more opportunities for recent graduates in Ireland.
“I am delighted to see the continuing expansion of Indeed and welcome the fact that it is able to offer highly skilled career opportunities to the graduates of Ireland’s third level institutions," she said.
"The Government is committed to ensuring that Irish universities are world class and we are fully aware that one of the key differentiators that has attracted international companies to locate here is the quality of our graduates and education system.”