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Topic: moving to ireland
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Topic: moving to ireland
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Kyle

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moving to ireland

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?



By:

kev

RE: moving to ireland

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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