The United States is the largest market for Irish-born tech workers, with a median of 11.1 percent of all tech jobs in the U.S. being held by Irish people, according to data compiled by the tech blog SiliconBeat.
The data comes from a new study that looks at employment trends among Irish immigrants in the United States.
The report, “Immigrants in the Americas,” found that the United Kingdom has a median unemployment rate of 5.6 percent, but has the highest number of tech jobs of any other country.
Ireland, meanwhile, has the lowest unemployment rate at 1.3 percent.
Here are the top 10 companies that have the highest percentage of tech workers in Ireland: 1.
Apple Inc. Apple has about 5.7 percent of the U, U.K. tech workforce, and it’s the only company in the top five with more than 2,500 employees.
Its Irish workforce is about 1.7 million people, the report said.
LinkedIn Inc. About 3.4 percent of U., U., U. K. tech jobs are held by the company.
Its employees are mostly young, with about 6,000 graduates.
Netflix Inc. Netflix has a population of about 7 million, about 4.5 million of which are employed by U. S. companies.
IBM Inc. Its workforce is more than 12 million, including more than 6,700 tech workers.
Microsoft Corp. The software giant has about 7,400 workers.
It’s the second largest employer in the country, behind only Apple.
SAP Technologies Inc. SAP has about 2.3 million people employed in its software-development and IT divisions.
Twitter Inc. Twitter has about 6.3.
million Twitter employees.
IBM has about 8.5.
million employees in its research and development divisions.
IBM is the biggest employer in Ireland, with an estimated 1.6 million people.
Amazon.com Inc. Amazon has about 4 million employees.
It is one of the top ten employers in the world, with more people employed there than anywhere else.
Airbnb Inc. Airbnb has about 3.2 million employees and about 2 million of them are employed in the hospitality industry.
“Our data indicates that tech workers are more likely to be employed by companies located in the South, West, and Midwest,” said James McKeown, chief executive officer of SiliconBeat, in a statement.
“They’re also the least likely to live in the area, and have higher incomes.”
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