Relocating is a big decision, but when the location is County Kerry, the choice is much easier. As we promote science and technology jobs in Kerry, KerrySciTech is not exactly neutral, but you don’t just have to take our word for it. Here are some reasons why you really should be living and working in Kerry:
Did you know that Kerry is a hub for science and technology companies? Innovative Irish and international companies have made the county their home and more are arriving here every year. These companies are hungry for talent to fill their job vacancies in Kerry, so there has never been a better time to work in Kerry.
There is little point in getting a great job if most of your salary is eaten up by the sheer cost of living. That is not a problem in Kerry. Not only will you enjoy a competitive package in your chosen career, it will go much farther here than it would in more urban areas. Property prices, rent, eating out, and a whole host of services are far more reasonably priced than they are in bigger population centres in Ireland and other international locations.
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Whether you are seeking to advance your own skills or your family is still at school, Kerry has the educational resources to suit. The Institute of Technology Tralee is a world-class university-level institution that delivers courses up to Master’s degree and Ph.D level in fields including business, science & computing, tourism, and engineering. University College Cork, University of Limerick, Cork Institute of Technology, and the Limerick Institute of Technology are all less than two hours’ drive from Kerry.
For younger students in Kerry, the county offers 27 second-level schools and 144 primary-level schools.
Kerry might be tucked into the southwest corner of Ireland, but getting in and out is surprisingly easy. A modern road network and reliable daily train and bus services make access effortless. Kerry County Airport offers flights to and from Dublin, Frankfurt Hahn, Luton, Stansted, Faro, and Alicante. You are just an hour from Cork Airport and Shannon Airport and less than four hours from Dublin Airport.
Quality of Life
We leave the best until last. County Kerry has a completely unfair advantage when it comes to iconic scenery and opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Imagine wave-pounded cliffs, sparkling lakes, lush woodlands, and soaring mountains, and you get the perfect setting for surfing, fishing, kayaking, hiking, and just about every sport and outdoor pursuit imaginable.
The lively town of Killarney emerges from one of the world’s finest national parks. It hums all year, offering dozens of great restaurants, bars, and shops. The county capital, Tralee, is home to the Siamsa Tire national folk theatre, as well as the renowned Festival of Kerry. Then there is Dingle, a former sleepy fishing village that now resounds with sound of traditional music and the accents of a multitude of nationalities.
Wherever you are in Kerry, you can find friendly conversation or a peaceful escape. That is the beauty of this place, as you will discover when you live and work in Kerry.
Find out more at: http://www.countykerry.ie/