New York Bar “Serving Up” Career Advice

Careers in the News: An Irish pub in the Manhattan region of New York City recently converted its second floor into an unemployment center – apparently doing its job to help job seekers in the state’s ultra-competitive job market, the New York Daily News reported.

On top of New York City’s double-digit unemployment rates, recent estimates show unemployment rates in Ireland at 13 percent, forcing a large population of new Irish immigrants to New York in search of work.  Paul Hurley, the owner of O’Casey’s Irish pub on E. 41st Street, has noted such figures as inspiration in his decision to offer assistance in connecting new Irish immigrants with potential work.

One thing is for sure, job seekers making use of this unique career center won’t need to go far to celebrate the prospective successes in their job search efforts!

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New York Bar Serving Career Advice

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