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Three announces job creation scheme in Ireland

Published: Monday, 28 March 2011   Category: Science, Engineering and IT

The mobile phone company Three has announced plans to create jobs in Ireland, in moves which may include some graduate vacancies.

Three will create roles in finance, product development and retail across the country, with many of the jobs being created in Dublin.

Pat Rabbitte, the current Ireland minister for communications, energy and natural resources, praised the growing section of the economy.

"The smartphone economy is vital to Ireland's future and I am heartened that Three is strengthening its presence here with the addition of a further 50 new jobs to its already 400-strong workforce," he said.

Robert Finnegan, the chief executive for Three, said "the explosion of the smartphone is changing the way consumers use the internet for good and it is driving economic growth around the world".

Three, which has its worldwide headquarters in Hong Kong, currently has a graduate scheme for university-leavers.

Find graduate vacancies at gradplus.com

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