Morgan McKinley sees surge in post-Brexit job queries

Morgan McKinley sees surge in post-Brexit job queries

A major recruitment firm here has said it is seeing more inquiries from UK jobseekers in the wake of the Brexit vote.

Moran McKinley also said it expected recruitment demands in the coming months from international firms relocating to Ireland to have a 'landing point' within the EU.

Chief operations officer Karen O'Flaherty said that in particular, our financial services sector had seen a spike in activities in June from UK job seekers.

"(We've seen) general inquiries in the financial services and banking sector where there has been a concern from the Irish disapora who are living there and who might be considering a move. It reflects the general uncertainty," she said.


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