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  • 1. Opportunities in IT. A guide to relocating to Ireland in 2014. Thousands of IT opportunities in the land of a thousand welcomes!
  • 2. According to a the 2013 Human Development Report by the United Nations Development Program, Ireland is the 7th best place to live in the world (click here) The World Bank places Ireland as the 15th best place to do business in 2013 (click here) If you are considering relocating, we can offer you some of the best opportunities in Europe and the world! 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 3. Along with a highly skilled work force and the highest education standards, Ireland offers international companies a highly attractive corporation tax rate of 12.5%, meaning the most well establish IT companies and newer tech enterprises are based here. This rate is well below our European neighbours with the UK rate at 23% in 2013. Click here to read the KPMG report. 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 4.        Open-Source Developers (Java, Ruby, JavaScript, PHP, Python, C/C++) QA /Automation Engineers C#/.Net Developers Linux / Unix Engineers Android / iOS Developers Network Engineers DBAs 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 5. If you are considering a move to Ireland, the best place to start is by doing some research using some popular web sites:      Wikipedia Ireland 101 Discover Ireland Ireland.com Entertainment.ie 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 6. Dublin is a great city to get around supported by fantastic public transport links. Below are the most used methods of transport:     Bus Dart Luas Dublin Bikes 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
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  • 8. If you are moving to Ireland to work you will need to register for a PPS number. It is a unique identifier for use in any transactions you may have with public bodies. To apply:        Identify your local Social Security Office online In the office you will need to show your passport or National Identity Card Proof of Address (Bill, letter etc) OR Letter from Employer. They will talk you through the necessary steps and get you set up. You will be notified of your PPS Number by the issue of a letter of notification, sent automatically to the address given on the application form, REG 1. This is your number for tax purposes also. Click here for more info 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 9.  Revenue Website  Department of Social Protection Website  numbeo.com  itsyourmoney.ie 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 10. With some of the best schools and colleges in the world Ireland is one of the highest ranking countries in Europe when it comes to education.     Education Ireland University College Dublin Trinity College Dublin Dublin Institute of Technology 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 11. In the last few years Ireland has become a hub for IT companies and software giants from around the globe to settle. This year, Ireland once again played host to the Dublin Web Summit in which global leaders of huge online companies such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn all gathered in the capital. As well as the those mentioned, everyday new international companies are setting up in Ireland, from small start-ups to large multinational giants. Recruiting Ireland’s skilled technical talent, these companies have seen massive growth and success and continue to hire due to increasing demand for their products and services. To read more click here 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.
  • 12.  Silicon Republic - More than one-quarter of companies to grow staff in 2014  Silicon Republic - IDA strategic plan to create 105,000 new jobs by 2014  Silicon Republic - Fast-growing careers in technology (infographic) 2013 © Boyle IT Recruitment. All Rights Reserved.