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Italy-born André writes:

The company I work for is growing, there are a few open roles indeed… I’m Italian and I got in Dublin when they hired me two years ago. I can say that has been best decision of my life.

Beside the work, I love Ireland, bought the book about strange things that look like Ireland because I want to be able to recognize my new home as easily as I could recognise Italy.

So,for immigrants the change is for good. I don’t know if you do this, but would other people who have come to live and work in this country like to share their best reason to be in Ireland, to be in Dublin or to move here? (or not to, if you don’t like)…


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14 thoughts on “Ask A Broadsheet Reader

  1. Bertie Blenkinsop

    If you don’t like, don’t bother telling us, it’s Friday, let’s accentuate the positive.

    1. rotide

      There’s a pretty long line of Irish Born readers ready to tell us what they dont like as it is :)

  2. Eoin

    Ireland you say? Sounds lovely. I think I’ll move there. I’m looking for somewhere sunny, well run, where property is affordable.

  3. Avon Barksdale

    I moved here from a warm womb and every waking moment since has been sheer, unrelenting misery

  4. Tony

    Ah the list is endless Andre. As it happens I’m writing from your own country where the rain lashed for two hours yesterday and all the talk is about economic uncertainty and corruption. But no self loathing here, just lovely food and relentless love of life and acceptance of all the contradictions. Hope you enjoy your stay and all we have to offer. Never read the comments btw..

  5. Rob_G

    An article about new job openings? And people moving here to take a job, enjoying it, and not really giving a flip about water charges and the like?

    Be careful, André, you might make some of the commentariat’s heads explode.

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