Employment and new orders in the manufacturing sector rose in Ireland at the fastest pace in close to 20 years. An increase in new orders and a booming economy on the home front, along with strong demand from abroad, drove a sharp rise in the number of jobs being created. It still was not enough to stop backlogs of work, said the Purchasing Managers’ Index. The stride of growth in the industry as last year ended was the greatest since the survey started in 1998. Jobs Across the World can help you find the ideal position for you. Simply submit your application, and they take care of the rest. It doesn’t matter where you are located or the company needing an employee.
The picture was similar for manufacturers across the eurozone. Philip O’Sullivan, a chief economist with Investec, said, “It has been impressive for the last couple of years, but in the second half of last year it really gathered steam. Now we have the best reading ever for the two decades that we have been compiling this.” He noted the manufacturing industry ended 2017 very strong which is a boost for the economy in Ireland. Companies are confident the demand will continue in the coming year, even with the specter of Brexit. Most companies link the increase to improving client demand. O’Sullivan said it is strong demand across the board. Typical companies responding to the survey were paper, chemical, food manufacturers, and electrical and engineering. No one particular sector was driving the performance. The breadth of the improvement is relatively wide.
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