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And when an advert went out for a chip shop dish washer in Southern Ireland 400 people applied for the job.
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A chip shop owner in Donegal was "amazed" when almost 400 people applied for a dish washing job.
Donal Cox, who runs Charley's Cafe on the Pearse Road, in Letterkenny, got more than he bargained for when the job was advertised on the FAS website.
"A girl was going on maternity leave so l only needed someone for a few months," Donal explained.
"Once the job went up on the FAS website I started getting emails from people in Dundalk, Dublin and as far away as Poland and the Czech Republic.
"A lot of the applicants were more qualified than what I needed for washing dishes. I couldn't believe it."
He said most of the applicants from outside the area were prepared to move to Letterkenny and start "straight away".
Indeed, there was a lot of local interest too.
"Usually, I would get 20 to 30 replies to a job ad. One of the applicants said they had nowhere to stay in Letterkenny, however, they were still prepared to travel up here for an interview.
"Once it went up on the FAS website it all went mad. I suppose it's a sign on the times we now find ourselves in."
Last week it emerged almost 1,000 people applied for fewer than 25 jobs at a new cinema -- many of them over-qualified. Cinema manager Eugene Tobin said he was "flummoxed" by the number of applications at the Gorey, Co Wexford, venue.
The lucky applicant for the chipper job was a Donegal man. "He was local and had experience in the catering trade," said Mr Cox.
The famous Charley's Cafe was founded by Letterkenny man Charlie McGee 26 years ago.
It was taken over four years ago by Mr Cox and employs 16 full and part-time staff.
Source Irish Independent
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