Tech titans collaborate to grow Ireland's IT workforce

01/17/2013 | Silicon Republic (Ireland)

A shortage of needed IT skills in Ireland is prompting major tech giants, including Microsoft and Google, to collaborate on luring more IT workers to the country. Skills most in demand include software development, support and marketing. "Dublin has become one of the world's leading tech hubs. There are fantastic career opportunities for people with IT, business and multi-lingual skills, and it's one of the best cities in the world to live in," said John Dennehy, chief executive of Zartis.

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