Published: 24 May 2017
Ireland ranks 12th in the world for its ability to attract, retain, train and educate skilled workers, according to a new survey ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The presence of large tech companies with a global reach such as SAP, Dropbox and Google in basing their European headquarters here led to Dublin being ranked 10th out of 46 capital cities for global talent competitiveness, ahead of cities including London, New York and Berlin.
We asked Gisele Graciutti about why she choose to relocate to Ireland and work @ManpowerGroup
When I decided that I needed a new challenge for my personal and professional career, moving countries seemed a great option for me.
I was looking for a country with a lot of opportunities, good quality of life and one that embraces diversity. Ireland has it all.I have been living here for almost 6 years now and I definitely don’t regret my choice.
It was quite daunting moving to a different country but as Manpower is a global workforce expert I was familiar with the brand. I knew that they offered career development opportunities and had a great multilingual team.
Starting my career with Manpower really made this big challenge easier. I found exactly what I was looking for and what I needed professionally.
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