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Professional services firm EY will add more than 1,000 jobs in Northern Ireland in the next five years, more than doubling its employment in the region as it trims jobs and pay elsewhere in the UK.

The jobs, announced as a UK government-sponsored investment summit in Belfast gets under way on Wednesday, will be a mixture of experienced, entry-level and school-leaving roles in cyber security, data analytics, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, risk, tax, auditing and consultancy.

EY said it would also create a hub in the north-west of the region, one of the poorest parts of Northern Ireland, that already underperforms much of the UK.

Read more about EY’s plans here.

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