Unijobs were the company behind the fair.
A Limerick group has hailed the success of a jobs fair aimed at employing Ukrainian refugees.
They welcomed workers with a diverse range of skillsets to the event.
Employees ranged from surgeons and psychologists to accountants and IT developers.
Unijobs, working with the University of Limerick, organised the jobs fair this week.
They say they've hired a Ukrainian national as a point of contact.
Great Open Day @MICLimerick 70 attended from Ukraine to learn about transition options to higher education in Ireland! Thank you! Interview with Tetiana and Daria on @AllIrelandShow @IUA_EDI @SimonHarrisTD thank you for opportunity to discuss life! pic.twitter.com/V5f0DgqUX5
— Prof. Lorraine McIlrath (@LMcIlrath) April 29, 2022
However, Chief Operating Officer Damien Bowe says there are some obstacles.
One of the main obstacles is the language barrier among some Ukrainian nationals.
Bowe says they're in close contact with the Ukrainian community to further
"We decided then that we would try to profile the Ukrainian community," he said.
"In terms of qualifications, previous experience, level of English and so on."
"What we're now doing is sharing this information, with their permission obviously, with other recruitment companies and employers across the midwest."