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Topic: moving to ireland

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moving to ireland

« on: May 09 2006 20:05:00 »

I'll be moving to ireland in the coming months. I was wondering how it would be to find a job and be able to get in some surfing over there?



RE: moving to ireland

« Reply #1 on: July 28 2006 16:07:00 »

It really depends on where you're moving too and what kind of specialitys you have. If your in the IT sector you'll be snapped up very quickly, as there is a general shortage here. Building is quite easy to get a job in too. More details are needed if you want a better answere tho.
In terms of surfing, go to the west coast and get a car. There are plenty of spots, but some are very remote. Lahinch is a good spot for beginners and if you want a job teachin surfing, there are four surf schools there with ALOT of competiton (you need a surf instructors certificate I think). More details!

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