Anyone who's every been long enough unemployed knows what it is like to be on the other end of an interview. No one should be surprised when employees stay in a company for more than 5 years, the fear of putting yourself on the line for a new job is better left to people actively seeking employment. Many people might say that they hate their job but you can be gaurenteed the same people hate job hunting just as much. We take a look at 5 questions that will put off the most seasoned job hunter. Each of these question are straight forward but to are not good questions to ask at an interview. It also depends on the wage that you are offering. If its a part time position to my mind you have no real reason to ask these 5 questions and if the position is for under 15euro.
Good news for the government parties coming into the General Election 2016 as the Central Statistics Office suggests that unemployment has fallen in January 2016. The figures released show that the Seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was at 8.6% this compares to 10.1% this time last year. The total number of people unemployed in January 2016 was 186,700, this is a change of -3,000 from December 2015.