LinkedIn is set to add 800 staff to its European headquarters in Dublin.
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Facebook has said it will create 500 new technology jobs in London by the end of 2019, as the social media giant formally opened a new engineering centre in the city.
The technology sector is becoming one of the biggest employers in the UK – with more than 10% of the working population in some areas now employed in the industry, new figures claim.
There was a mixed picture for Scotland’s jobs market last month, according to a new survey.
A new department should be created to help businesses sell online as part of a new economic model to boost skills and growth, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
The number of people securing permanent jobs in Scotland grew at the fastest rate so far this year in April, according to a new report.
ScotRail is looking for trainee train drivers – with salaries being advertised at more than £48,000 a year once you complete your training.
A special live online chat is due to be held with the aim of recruiting police officers in the north-east.
An award-winning apprentice programme has opened for applications.
Sports Direct is to close its warehouse in Wigan, resulting in the likely loss of 300 jobs.
An offshore engineering firm has announced it will launch a consultancy arm.
Aberdeen University has launched a recruitment campaign to fill 60 academic posts.
A roadshow will take place this week to help recruit people for a career in childcare.
Fears are mounting for staff at an Aberdeen department store after the chain went into administration.
Energy chiefs have insisted a shortage of women looking to join the sector is partly to blame for the gender pay gap in the north-east.
Brexit could spark a “new era of economic and industrial decline” in Scotland that the country would take a generation to recover from, a union has warned.
Up to 400 jobs will be created in Glasgow after bosses at KPMG announced the city had been chosen as the location for its second UK managed services hub.
Growth in Scotland’s jobs market remained subdued in March, according to new research.
ScotRail is looking to recruit fully-qualified train drivers.
Hundreds of Honda workers have taken to the streets in Swindon to protest against the closure of the car manufacturer’s factory in the town.
Energy service firm DOF Subsea confirmed today that it expects to lay off a number of employees in Aberdeen and Bergen.
A recruitment and skills fair is set to take place in the north-east this week.
Preparations are under way to hold a youth recruitment event in Aberdeen.
A new scheme at Aberdeen University will address teaching gaps in the Scottish system.
Waste and recycling bosses have also revealed they have never been at their full capacity of 64 driver posts for more than three years.
A trade union today welcomed a commitment to protect staff terms and conditions in this year’s budget.
An Aberdeen business group is set to host what is being billed as Scotland’s biggest parents’ evening.
Aberdeenshire Council’s £27 million budget shortfall could grow if staff win a higher-than-predicted pay rise.
Council tax will rise by 3% in Aberdeenshire, posts will go and services cut in a budget dubbed a “catalogue of horrors”.