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A new life: Find out about Isle of Man careers at Jobs Expo Cork

Isle of Man
25 October 2017
Est. Reading: 2 minutes

Fancy a change of career and life? There are loads of Isle of Man careers, jobs and opportunities up for grabs at Jobs Expo Cork. We are delighted to announce that the Government of the Isle of Man will returning to our Cork event on Saturday 25th November 2017.

What kind of jobs are on offer?

All sorts of jobs really... Which is one excellent reason to visit the Isle of Man's stand at Jobs Expo. Jobs on offer cover a number of industries. These include:

  • ICT
  • Financial and Professional Services
  • Nursing
  • Teaching
  • Manufacturing and Engineering

In addition, the Isle of Man has a very active e-Business sector. This accounts for around 30% of the economy.

But why should you consider relocating? Here are five good reasons to consider...

1. Employment Opportunities

The Isle of Man has a growing economy. In addition, a number of large companies have a presence on the island. As a result, there are plenty of job opportunities. What's more, the island is a low tax economy. There is no capital gains tax, wealth tax, stamp duty, or inheritance tax. In addition, the top rate of income tax of 20%. That means you'll take home the vast majority of the money you earn.

2. Beautiful Scenery and Vibrant Local Culture

Mountains and sea, theatre groups, choirs and more… The island has much to offer on your downtime. In addition, the International Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) takes place annually in May or June of each year. The TT has run since 1907. The race takes place over two weeks attracts visitors from around the world. The TT is “greatest motorcycle sporting events of the world.”

3. Welcoming and Safe

The Isle of Man is one of the safest places to live in the British Isles. Plus the locals are open, friendly and progressive.

4. Delicious Local Food

The Isle of Man is famous for its cheese, beer and beef. Because of legislation, these are free from artificial additives. Local delicacies also include Manx kippers and the Queen scallop, which is renowned for its sweet, light flavour.

5. Commute? What commute?

If you work in town, but live in the countryside, you will have around a 25 minute commute.  Douglas is a short commute from the surrounding countryside. If city living is your thing Peel, Douglas and Ramsey give you access to shops and restaurants.



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