There has been a 130% increase in the number of jobs offering remote work in the past year.
That's according to the latest data from IrishJobs.ie, which also found an increase in the number of jobs available outside Dublin.
The index reveals 44% year-on-year growth in the number of jobs available, which is a drop compared to the year-on-year figure for last quarter, of 86%.
But while year-on-year numbers have slowed, jobs increased by 3% quarter-on-quarter - and the overall volume of jobs available remains high.
This is particularly clear in the tourism, travel and airlines sectors, which saw growth of over 700%.
Orla Moran, general manager at IrishJobs.ie, told Breakfast Business remote working is here to stay.
"I think now that people are coming back into the office, either willingly or being summoned, I think we're definitely seeing more activity.
"Two of the top 10 [searches on Irish Jobs] were related to work from home or remote work.
"So I think in the past where salary would have been a really big driver for people, I think work from home is definitely top of the radar for job seekers.
"For employers wanting to attract and retain talent, they need to have flexibility.
"We can see that the level of growth in work from home jobs were up 130% year-on-year.
"This has increased significantly on our last survey - so it's definitely here to stay.
"There's definitely the demand there for jobseekers".
She says now is a good time to be looking for a job.
"I think it's still very much an employees market, but I think we're definitely seeing signs of growing stabilisation.
"If you look at the quarter compared to quarter one two years ago - pre COVID - jobs are up 52%.
"So it's a very good time to be a jobseeker, but a lot of challenges for employers at the moment".
And she says the largest sectors don't come as a big surprise.
"The top sectors for growth in this survey show tourism, travel & airlines, hotel & catering, and beauty, haircare & leisure.
"I don't think there's any surprises there, because these would have been sectors that would have essentially shut down during COVID.
"So I think it's really good to see those rebounding".
On a quarterly basis, the largest increases in vacancies were seen in environmental, health & safety (+68%), legal (+39%) and banking, financial services & insurance (+25%).