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Work in Ireland

Looking for Language jobs in Ireland? Have the Wanderlust bug and working abroad has always been a pasion of yours? In the middle of your research & you've narrowed it down to working in Ireland?

If yes, then you should know that Ireland is one of the top locations for language jobs across Europe. Talk about an ideal start to your dream language job. 

A Home To Call Your Own

Finding a home in Ireland is easier than you think, from rooms, apartments and houses, once you have the language job, all you need is one month's rent as your deposit.

The cherry on top, is that many are already furnished, so that's one weight off your mind.

Trotter Note: The best places to help for the home hunt is:

Trotter Tip: From our experience we strongly recommend you cement down your language job before you go looking for your little piece of heaven. Otherwise you could be facing a long commute to work.

Money Money Money

When looking to work in Ireland, you are going to need to set up an Irish Bank Account in order to have access to your wages/salary and the great thing is, you are spoilt for choice as there are...Castle in Ireland - Picture to help promote the language jobs that Careertrotter has in Ireland - Work in Ireland - Jobs in Ireland  a number of banks in Ireland. Of course the most common are:

To open an account is easy really, you just need proof of address which can be a phone, electricity or gas bill (which will have your Irish home address). But if you are still on the house hunt, many banks are willing to accept an official employment contract as proof of address, which you can get as soon as you secure the language job in Ireland.

Taxes

When looking to live and work in Ireland it can be easy, especially for an EU citizen, because to work in Ireland you do not need a work permit.
BUT it is important to set up a PPS Number (Personal Public Service Number) mainly for taxes and welfare.

With a PPS Number you will have to pay taxes such as:

  • PAYE (Pay As You Earn)
  • PRSI (Pay Related Social Insurance)
  • USC (Universal Social Charge)

For more information about paying taxes while living and working in Ireland check out Revenue Ireland Homepage.

All in All

Ireland has much to offer, once you come here you will fall in love with her green fields, warm atmosphere and the whisper of adventure around every corner.

If you like what you see and want to live and work in Ireland -  click here for our language jobs in Ireland & who knows we might see you soon.


Pssst don't forget we also have a German website - take a look & let us know what you think