We look for bookkeeper part time accountancy finance jobs in Dublin

Given that the Irish economy has certainly seen better days, it's not surprising to learn that the number of full time jobs on offer throughout the country has declined dramatically over the past three years. With the government struggling to pay back our debt, and many companies considering upping sticks and moving to a cheaper, more economically stable country, there is little wonder that things have gotten as bad as they are right now.

However the upside to this is that there are an increasing number of part time jobs becoming available in specialist areas like accountancy and finance. In fact, there are many qualified accountants who now claim that they are better off and making far more money from working multiple accounts on a part time basis than they were throughout the economic boom times from the mid 1990s to the late 00s.

If this sounds like something that would interest you, we can offer you some advice on how to go about finding bookkeeper part time accountancy finance jobs in Dublin.

Despite the fact that the economy is doing so badly in Ireland right now, there are still quite a large concentration of financial companies based in Dublin. There is a high number of both Irish and international companies set up in Ireland's capital who are always on the lookout for up and coming talent on a part time basis. The best place to search for this kind of work is undoubtedly the IFSC, Ireland's International Financial Services Centre, which plays host to some of the biggest names in global finance.

As a part time bookkeeper, you can expect to earn in the region of €15 to €45 per hour, depending on how much experience you have in the field.

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