<< back to previous page
Graduate job hunters in Belfast could receive 90-job boost
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
All Graduate job news
The completion of a new workspace development that could create up to 90 new graduate jobs in Belfast has been officially opened.
CityEast, a £2.9 million development in the east of Northern Ireland's capital, provides a shared space that is hoped will contribute to the regeneration of the area by providing space for new businesses.
Graduates hoping for new career opportunities in the area could be in luck as the business centre offers 20,000 sq ft of office space consisting of 56 new high-specification office workspace units, ideal for businesses.
Lord Mayor of Belfast Councillor Naomi Long said: "The CityEast development will provide a gateway to east Belfast and will hopefully be a catalyst for further investment in the area.
"The news that this project will help create up to 90 new jobs over the next five years is also very welcome, and will provide a real boost to the local economy."
Recent research by recruitment screening firm Powerchex has revealed that one in five applicants for finance jobs had a discrepancy on their CV last year, according to thisismoney.co.uk.