Irish Government launched the program on attracting experts to the country

The initiative worth 1.9 million euros is aimed at attracting the best specialists to Ireland in the field of high technologies.

The Ministry of Labor, Entrepreneurship and Innovation of Ireland launched the Tech/Life Ireland project aimed at attracting technical experts in software development, financial services, business services, retail and high-tech manufacturing. Within the framework of this project, specialists are invited to live and work in Ireland.

Within three years, the program will invest 1.9 million euros. The project Tech/Life Ireland is planned to attract 3,000 specialists to the country.

"We must be sure that we have a sufficient supply of talented specialists for the needs of our enterprises. Within Tech/Life Ireland we offer the best of the best to live and work in Ireland." - Minister of Labor, Entrepreneurship and Innovation of Ireland Mary Mitchell O'Connor said.

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