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Seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for April 2023 down to 3.9%

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has today (04 May 2023) issued Monthly Unemployment Estimates results for April 2023.   In April 2023 the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was: • The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for April 2023 (for all persons aged 15-74 years)

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Monthly Unemployment rate for February was 4.3%

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has today (01 March 2023) that In February 2023 the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for February 2023 (for all persons aged 15-74 years) was down to 4.3 per cent from 4.4 per cent in January 2023, and

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Unemployment rate down to 4.8 per cent at end of January

CSO - Labour Force Survey, Q4, 2019 welcomes the news that the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell from five per cent in the third quarter of 2019 to 4.7 per cent in the fourth quarter.

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Highest level of employment ever seen in Ireland

recruitauto welcomes the latest update on the Irish labour market in an excerpt from the latest Motor Industry Review. The report by economist Jim Power for the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

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Ford UK dealers recruiting 1,000 new technicians


Every now and again, I am reminded about the size of the Irish auto market compared to our nearest neighbours, the UK. One such time was this morning when I read about Ford UK looking for 1,000 technicians because of

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Auto industry jobs website welcomes the new Action Plan for Jobs 2017, which is to target 45,000 new jobs this year, and that it puts a strong focus on Brexit measures in this year’s plan. However, reminds the

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Unemployment rate falls to lowest level since August 2008


To celebrate unemployment falling to its lowest level since August 2008, why not avail of a special free jobs listing on Ireland’s specialist auto industry jobs website – in the month of January. is welcoming the good news

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Ireland’s specialist auto industry recruitment website, welcomes the continued increase in employment with numbers at work at highest level since 2008. expresses satisfaction with the announcement from the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell O’Connor today, statingthe

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Ireland’s auto jobs website, has welcomed the new unemployment figures published today which show that unemployment is continuing to fall. The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the unemployment rate for December 2015 was 8.8 per

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Ford goes back to College to tempt students


In response to the current skills crisis in the motor industry, a team form Ford’s After-sales department has been visiting technical colleges across the country to inform them about the 100 plus jobs, both technical and non-technical that exist at

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