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Pharmaceutical group Abbott, computer gaming firm Big Fish Games and technology company Hewlett Packard are due to create 500 jobs between them, reports broadcaster RTE.

SpenglerFox, the global executive search and human capital solutions firm, is launching a new series of global conference calls which will offer global leaders from different geographies a platform to share market knowledge and engage in discussions, without having to leave their office.

China’s State Council has approved a plan to create 45m jobs between now and 2015, in a bid to keep urban unemployment under 5%.

Energy, consumer and medical industry recruiter BW Penman has opened a Asia Pacific base in Sydney, from where it will trade in the region under the name BW Penman PTY.

Copenhagen Business School (CBS) has launched a recruitment campaign that will see it increase its total academic staff headcount by 15% over the next two to three years.

The number of professional job opportunities available in Ireland in January was 28% higher than the same month in 2011 and the highest in over three years, according to the Morgan McKinley Irish Employment Monitor.

The cashew processing industry could bring nearly 300,000 jobs across Africa, according to the African Cashew Alliance (ACA).

A report from consultancy firm BAEconomics says that “concerns about a reduction in employment in the mining industry as a result of automation are misplaced”.

Cairo’s Grand Egyptian Museum will provide 15,000 jobs when it opens in 2015, according to an announcement from minister of state antiquities, reports

Letterkenny, Co. Donegal-based free adverts newspaper The Dealer is to create a classified advertisements website, named Ads Online, creating 25 jobs nationwide, reports the Donegal Democrat.