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  • Ireland is running out of Barbers

    Back 4 Good has seen a recent skills report which shows a significant shortage of Talent in the pipeline to take up 100s of opportunities for skilled Barbers .

    With two-thirds of barber shop owners saying that they are struggling to find Barbers and that this shortage is impacting on their bottom line.

    Irelands men have increased the amount of visits they make to their Barber and drop in every six weeks – or every three weeks if they have a beard.

    With over 100 new shops opening each year becoming a Barber will give you the opportunity to be your own boss, set your own prices and working hours and meet many people each day.

    They average pay today in Ireland for a Barber is in excess of €30,000 with tips to augment this and excellent career prospects by moving into fashion or use your skills to work in many locations across the globe.

    As Irish men become more image – conscious demand for barbers will increase significantly and the Irish Government are considering amending their work visa programme to allow overseas Barbers take up roles in Ireland.

    For Irish Barbers overseas this is the perfect time to return to take up your profession and/or to open your own Barber shop over 200 Barber roles vacancies are advertised online today in Ireland .

    Contact kelly@back4good.ie today and we will take it form there for you.