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Recruitment company creates 50 jobs

Fifty jobs are to be created at a recruitment company.

Sigmar Recruitment will take on the new staff at its offices in Dublin, Galway and Cork over the next year-and-a-half.

Adrian McGennis, chief executive of the firm, said the expansion was a positive indication for Ireland's economy.

"The past three years have been really positive and it is a testament to our employees that demand is still very high, so we are delighted to continue our growth and development," he said.

"However, the current demand for consultants highlights that there are very positive aspects of the Irish economy, although there is still a big national challenge in reducing long term employment."

Mr McGennis said industries which have a high demand for new staff include IT, financial services as well as multilingual and life sciences.

Sigmar Recruitment underwent a management buyout in 2009 and has doubled in size since then.

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