Irish Housing Crisis Adds to Stress for Firms Recruiting Abroad – Bloomberg

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Ireland’s acute housing shortage is adding to problems faced by larger firms as they try to lure talent from abroad, according to the head of the country’s state agency for business.
“It’s a big pinch point,” Enterprise Ireland CEO Leo Clancy said in an interview. “We’re a full employment economy as things stand today, more or less. That means that we need to still bring a lot of talent to Ireland, and that’s where housing bites specifically.” 


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