Irish Employees are the Happiest in Europe

By April 4, 2016For Talent, Who's Hiring?

Dublin recently topped the list for employee happiness in Europe, beating out stiff competition from London and Stockholm. The survey used work-life balance, quality of management, office culture, job security and advancement, and compensation and benefits to determine the rankings.

It also revealed exactly which jobs in Ireland have the happiest employees. Read on to find out if it includes one of yours and if not, we have several openings so you can make the switch!

1. Carpenter/Builder

Good hours and a flexible work environment are amongst the perks that make this job one of the happiest. If you’ve got great practical skills and an eye for detail, you could be on track to becoming a successful carpenter.

KMH is looking for a Metal Welder to join their jubilant team. If you have experience in fabrication, Mig welding and general steelwork, this is the position for you – click here to apply today!

 

2. Secretary

Secretaries are also some of the happiest workers in Dublin. Depending on who you’re working for, some advantages of the job include working with top management, networking with different people, and taking on a variety of projects. You’ll never have a dull day!

Get started: Ryanair is searching for an IT Helpdesk Administrator. If you’ve got excellent customer service skills and are highly motivated, you’re the kind of person Ryanair is looking for to join their Head Office. Apply today!

Ryanair

 

3. Childcare Assistant

Who wouldn’t find happiness and fulfilment from looking after and organising activities for children? As a childcare assistant, you’d be part of introducing them to all sorts of new concepts and shaping who they are.

Does this sound like something for you? KidsInc is looking for a Montessori Teacher to teach children using the Montessori Method, including Practical Life, Sensorial, Culture, Language and Maths. Click here to apply!

Kids Inc


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