Log Me In announces 90 new jobs

Log Me In announces 90 new jobs

Ninety new jobs have been announced at a software company in Dublin.

Log Me In, which opened in the city in 2012 and already employs almost 50 people, made the announcement at the official opening of new offices in Dublin's docklands.

The positions will be filled over the next three years.

Ronan O'Callaghan from RecruitIreland.com said the docklands region is a thirving area for technology employers.

"Dublin’s Silicon Docks, as its commonly known, is thriving at the moment with leading tech companies like Google and Facebook expanding in the area – and this announcement from Log Me In is another great sign of the confidence businesses have in the country," he said.

"IT continues to be one of the busiest job categories on RecruitIreland,com and in the last 12 months we have seen a 10% increase in candidates registering in this sector."

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