Work & Live in Ireland
Ireland, country of big history and beautiful nature. Ireland’s cities are impressive cultural centers and you are never far from wonderful countryside and coastlines.
If you want to live and work in Ireland, first of all, you should know general information about who is entitled to come to Ireland.
For citizens of the EEA (The European Economic Area) as well as the Switzerland different rules apply in relation to the inhabitants of other countries. Our recommendation is to visit this site that contains all the necessary information that may interest you.
If you are from another country and have special skills, you’ll have no trouble getting a work permit.
Ireland is one of the countries with the highest economic growth in Europe, so it is a very desirable place for work and live. The European Commission has forecast Ireland’s economy will see the second largest growth in the European Union for 2019.
That is the reason why incomes are rising. Ireland is one of the ten richest countries in the world.
How Much Does It Cost to Live in Ireland?
As far as the cost of living in Ireland is concerned, we bring you the latest data on the prices of housing, food and other essential things for life. You will need to show evidence of funds of €1500 at Immigration and Customs. Nevertheless, we would heartily suggest taking €2500 to cover you for the first couple of weeks in Ireland. Getting settled can take time and be stressful, so it is better to be financially secure for your first couple of weeks.
Rental charges in Ireland may vary depending on where you are located. The average rent is between 750 and 1100 Euros, depending on whether you are in the center of a city or outside of it. Utility bills are about 150 euros per month.
As for settlement in Shannon here are a few links to see the offer of accommodation in this city.
Today, Shannon is best known for the same name as the airport, the third most important in the Republic of Ireland.
The price of lunch in the average restaurant is around 10-15 euros, while you will need about 50 euros a month for groceries.
Here You can check the prices in Shannon (updated in February this year) and make sure this is the right place for you.
If you decide that this is your next destination, this small country is with an enormous amount to offer, not least of which are its rich culture, diverse artistic talent, and lively people.