The Announcement Of New Tech Jobs Is Fantastic News For Cork
That's according to Cork East TD and Minister of State for Equality, Immigration and Integration David Stanton
The Minister made the comment at the official opening of Cloud Data Management company Rubrik's new office in the city this afternoon.
Rubrik provides a range of data services for enterprises and says it plans to create over 50 new jobs at its new state of the art office at the IDA Science and Technology Park on the Model Farm Road.
The Californian based company has an existing relationship with Cork Institute of Technology and says they're eager to tap into Cork's talent pool to fill the new roles in support, IT and sales.
Speaking to RedFM News at the launch, Minister David Stanton says it's a great opportunity for Cork graduates
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