A new report shows the Irish job market is stable despite recent job losses in the tech sector.
The latest Morgan McKinley Quarterly Employment Monitor also shows an increase in the number of jobs coming to the market.
Trayc Keevans, Global Foreign Direct Investment Director at Morgan McKinley Ireland, says the number of new jobs has almost doubled since December of last year.
"The jobs market is stable, despite recent layoffs within the big-tech sector.
"There's been a lot of hiring happening in other sectors.
"The best performing are Life Sciences, Engineering, and Construction, where the highest volume of recruitment is.
"We've also seen the number of professionals coming to the market rising at record levels, with the numbers seeking opportunities increasing by more than 38% since last year.
However, Ms Keevans adds, that there's been a reduction in reliability among employees interviewing with one in four no-shows for interviews.
There has also been an increase in 'quick quitting' of positions within a couple of hours.
"To compensate for and avoid such situations, 'over-recruiting' has been required.”