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The Irish Times
Emigrating Irish still outnumber those returningare still emigrating than moving home, despite the substantial rise in the numb
Emigrating Irish still outnumber those returning
The Irish Times / Posted 17 hours ago
are still emigrating than moving home, despite the substantial rise in the number of returning emigrants last year. As the Central Statistics Office (CSO) revealed yesterday that the number of people working in Ireland has surpassed two million for... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Immigration trumps emigration for first time since 2009 as Irish return homefirst time since 2009, the number of people coming to Ireland exceeds those lea
Immigration trumps emigration for first time since 2009 as Irish return home
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 hours ago
first time since 2009, the number of people coming to Ireland exceeds those leaving the country. Latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show that the number of immigrants to the State in the year to April increased by almost... Read more
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Market Watch
What makes Tesla special and 6 strange facts about billionairesthat shaped a global Irish diaspora, immigration to Ireland is up, while emigra
What makes Tesla special and 6 strange facts about billionaires
Market Watch / Posted 20 hours ago
that shaped a global Irish diaspora, immigration to Ireland is up, while emigration is down, according to the country’s Central Statistics Office. 6 strange facts about billionaires I bought my girlfriend a condo, but she also wants money for... Read more
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Irish Central
Number of Irish returning to Ireland increases by 74 percentThe latest figures from Ireland’s Central Statistics Office show that the numbe
Number of Irish returning to Ireland increases by 74 percent
Irish Central / Posted 23 hours ago
The latest figures from Ireland’s Central Statistics Office show that the number immigrants with Irish nationality entering the country has increased by 74 percent, to 21,100 during the period from January to April 2016. While more Irish continued... Read more
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Irish Central
Highest number of people in employment in Ireland since start of 2009people are in employment in the Republic of Ireland – the highest figure since
Highest number of people in employment in Ireland since start of 2009
Irish Central / Posted 23 hours ago
people are in employment in the Republic of Ireland – the highest figure since the start of 2009. Latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show an annual increase in the number of people with jobs up 2.9%, or 56,200, between April... Read more
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The Irish Times
Jobs growth in Ireland turns off emigration tapfrom net outward migration to net inward migration, detailed in the latest popu
Jobs growth in Ireland turns off emigration tap
The Irish Times / Posted 23 hours ago
from net outward migration to net inward migration, detailed in the latest population and migration estimates from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), marks a watershed in Ireland’s hard-won economic recovery. Emigration has been a defining... Read more
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The Irish Times
Big ‘life decisions’ bringing emigrants home, not jobsThe Central Statistics Office brought resounding good news for the Government o
Big ‘life decisions’ bringing emigrants home, not jobs
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
The Central Statistics Office brought resounding good news for the Government on Tuesday, with the announcement that the number of people at work in Ireland has surpassed two million for the first time since 2008, and that the numbers moving to... Read more
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Market Watch
Ireland’s migration flow has reversed of latethat shaped a global Irish diaspora, immigration to Ireland is up, while emigra
Ireland’s migration flow has reversed of late
Market Watch / Posted yesterday
that shaped a global Irish diaspora, immigration to Ireland is up, while emigration is down, according to the country’s Central Statistics Office. In a press statement Tuesday, the agency reported 79,300 inward migrants in the year that ended... Read more
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The Irish Times
Number working in Ireland passes two million for first time since 2009The number of people working in the State has reached two million for the first
Number working in Ireland passes two million for first time since 2009
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
The number of people working in the State has reached two million for the first time since 2009. Figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show there was an annual increase in employment of 2.9 per cent, or 56,200, in the second quarter of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Number working in Ireland passes two million for first time since 2008The number of people working in the State has reached two million for the first
Number working in Ireland passes two million for first time since 2008
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
The number of people working in the State has reached two million for the first time since 2008. Figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show there was an annual increase in employment of 2.9 per cent, or 56,200, in the second quarter of... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Employment breaks through two million barrier while more people enter country than leaveMinister Mary Mitchell O'Connor said the rising employment would be a boost for
Employment breaks through two million barrier while more people enter country than leave
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor said the rising employment would be a boost for the country. "These figures today from the Central Statistics Office are very encouraging and continue to show that the numbers of people employed in full-time jobs is... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Hundreds of emigrants lured home every week as employment levels soarthrough the two million barrier for the first time in eight years, latest figur
Hundreds of emigrants lured home every week as employment levels soar
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
through the two million barrier for the first time in eight years, latest figures show. Newly published reports from the Central Statistics Office further show more people are coming to live in Ireland than are leaving for the first time since... Read more
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The Economic Times
Ireland reports net immigration for first time since 2009added 3,000 people to Ireland's population in the year to April 2016, the first
Ireland reports net immigration for first time since 2009
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
added 3,000 people to Ireland's population in the year to April 2016, the first increase in seven years, the central statistics office said in an annual release. Net emigration of Irish nationals fell to 10,700 from 23,200 the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Number people working in Ireland passes two million for first time since 2008two million for first time since 2008 , a level not seen since before the finan
Number people working in Ireland passes two million for first time since 2008
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
two million for first time since 2008 , a level not seen since before the financial crash. Figures released today by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show there was an annual increase in employment of nearly 3 per cent or 56,200 in the year to... Read more
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Irish Examiner
CSO figures show a return to net inward migration for the first time since 2009in to Ireland has risen above the number of people leaving the country for the
CSO figures show a return to net inward migration for the first time since 2009
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
in to Ireland has risen above the number of people leaving the country for the first time in seven years, according to the Central Statistics Office. The CSO report that the number of immigrants to the State in the year to April 2016 stands at... Read more
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RTE News
Net inward migration for first time in 7 yearsa return to net inward migration for the first time since 2009 in the year to t
Net inward migration for first time in 7 years
RTE News / Posted yesterday
a return to net inward migration for the first time since 2009 in the year to the end of April, according to figures the Central Statistics Office. 79,300 people came into the country to live in the year to April 2016, compared with 69,300 in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish employment up 2.9% in Q2up to 8.3 per cent from 7.8 per cent. The revision was detailed in the latest
Irish employment up 2.9% in Q2
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
up to 8.3 per cent from 7.8 per cent. The revision was detailed in the latest Quarterly National Household Survey from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The CSO now estimates the State’s seasonally adjusted rate of unemployment for the second... Read more
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The Irish Times
Number of emigrants returning to live in Ireland jumps 74%New figures from the Central Statistics Office show 21,100 Irish nationals move
Number of emigrants returning to live in Ireland jumps 74%
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show 21,100 Irish nationals moved back to live here in the 12 months to April 2016, up from 12,100 the previous year. Irish people are continuing to leave in high numbers however, with 31,800 leaving... Read more
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RTE News
More than 2m employed for first time since 2009people are in employment in Ireland for the first time since the beginning of 2
More than 2m employed for first time since 2009
RTE News / Posted yesterday
people are in employment in Ireland for the first time since the beginning of 2009, according to latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. There was annual increase of 2.9% or 56,200 in the number of people with jobs between April and... Read more
5d
The Irish Times
CSO held ‘intensive’ talks with EU officials on GDP surgeThe Central Statistics Office said it has held “intensive discussions” with the
CSO held ‘intensive’ talks with EU officials on GDP surge
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
The Central Statistics Office said it has held “intensive discussions” with the EU’s statistics agency on the recent sharp revision of Ireland’s economic growth last year to 26 per cent. “Eurostat has held intensive discussions with the CSO on the... Read more
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RTE News
Member state visits are 'standard' - Eurostatof Finance has confirmed its Chief Economist John McCarthy will be part of the
Member state visits are 'standard' - Eurostat
RTE News / Posted 5 days ago
of Finance has confirmed its Chief Economist John McCarthy will be part of the consultative group being established by the Central Statistics Office to examine how best to provide insight and understanding of the Irish economy in light of the... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Leprechaun economics’: EU mission to audit Irish 26% GDP riseterm was coined by US economist Paul Krugman in July 2016 following the publica
‘Leprechaun economics’: EU mission to audit Irish 26% GDP rise
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
term was coined by US economist Paul Krugman in July 2016 following the publication of growth figures by the Central Statistics Office. It had revised Ireland's growth up to 26% for 2015, prompting Krugman to tweet: "Leprechaun... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Leprechaun’ economics set to change EU GDP calculations(GDP) but also how overall European Union GDP is calculated. As Eurostat has i
‘Leprechaun’ economics set to change EU GDP calculations
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
(GDP) but also how overall European Union GDP is calculated. As Eurostat has implemented the new UN framework, Ireland’s Central Statistics Office was obliged to apply it. However, the revised statistical framework has not yet been implemented by... Read more
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The Irish Times
IMF official sought talks with Dublin over economy growthhigh-level Irish working group looking into the appropriateness of GDP data to
IMF official sought talks with Dublin over economy growth
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
high-level Irish working group looking into the appropriateness of GDP data to measure the economy is due to report to the Central Statistics Office (CSO) by the end of October, according to the documents released under the FoI Act. Their findings... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘Leprechaun economics’: EU mission to audit 26% GDP risecontract manufacturing for an Irish-based company; and activities of the countr
‘Leprechaun economics’: EU mission to audit 26% GDP rise
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
contract manufacturing for an Irish-based company; and activities of the country’s huge aircraft leasing sector. While the Central Statistics Office calculated GDP in line with Eurostat criteria, Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Krugman famously... Read more
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Irish Examiner
1,127 work days lost due to industrial disputes reports CSOThe Central Statistics Office has reported that 1,127 work days were lost due t
1,127 work days lost due to industrial disputes reports CSO
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
The Central Statistics Office has reported that 1,127 work days were lost due to industrial disputes from April to June this year. The latest figures show there were two disputes in progress in the second quarter of the year involving 255 workers... Read more
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RTE News
1,127 working days lost due to disputes in Q2due to two industrial disputes involving 255 employees between April and June o
1,127 working days lost due to disputes in Q2
RTE News / Posted 6 days ago
due to two industrial disputes involving 255 employees between April and June of this year, according to figures from the Central Statistics Office. Virtually all of the losses were as a result of the Luas drivers' four-month pay dispute with... Read more
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RTE News
22% jump in Ireland's trade surplus for June - CSOIreland's trade surplus jumped by 22% (€826m) to €4.5 billion between May and J
22% jump in Ireland's trade surplus for June - CSO
RTE News / Posted 9 days ago
Ireland's trade surplus jumped by 22% (€826m) to €4.5 billion between May and June, according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office. Exports for the month rose by €413m (+5%) to €9.5 billion, while imports fell €412m (-8%) to just over... Read more
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New Kerala
We brought inflation down to 6%: newkerala.com #105282on higher food prices like pulses and vegetables. The retail inflation, based o
We brought inflation down to 6%: newkerala.com #105282
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
on higher food prices like pulses and vegetables. The retail inflation, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of the Central Statistics Office (CSO), rose to its highest level in 23 months from 5.77 per cent in June. The annual retail... Read more
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New Kerala
'Vegetatabe rates may soar as production season ends' - newkerala.com #104972pulses and vegetables official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, ba
'Vegetatabe rates may soar as production season ends' - newkerala.com #104972
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
pulses and vegetables official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of the Central Statistics Office (CSO), rose to its highest level in 23-months from 5.77 per cent in June and 3.69 per cent in the... Read more
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New Kerala
Retail inflation breaches tolerance level but factory output up ( - newkerala.com #1043782.1 per cent in June, official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, ba
Retail inflation breaches tolerance level but factory output up ( - newkerala.com #104378
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
2.1 per cent in June, official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of the Central Statistics Office (CSO), rose to its highest level in 23-months from 5.77 per cent in June and 3.69 per cent in the... Read more
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New Kerala
Retail inflation breaches tolerance level but factory output up - newkerala.com #1042852.1 per cent in June, official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, ba
Retail inflation breaches tolerance level but factory output up - newkerala.com #104285
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
2.1 per cent in June, official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of the Central Statistics Office (CSO), rose to its highest level in 23-months from 5.77 per cent in June and 3.69 per cent in the... Read more
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New Kerala
Retail inflation breaches tolerance level but factory output up - newkerala.com #1042272.1 per cent in June, official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, ba
Retail inflation breaches tolerance level but factory output up - newkerala.com #104227
New Kerala / Posted 12 days ago
2.1 per cent in June, official data showed on Friday. The retail inflation, based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) of the Central Statistics Office (CSO), rose to this level from 5.77 per cent in June and 3.69 per cent in the like period of last... Read more
13d
RTE News
Insurance drives inflation to highest in 3 yearsConsumer prices in July were half a percent higher than they were at the same t
Insurance drives inflation to highest in 3 years
RTE News / Posted 13 days ago
Consumer prices in July were half a percent higher than they were at the same time last year, according to the Central Statistics Office. That was the highest rate of annual inflation since July 2013. The biggest contributor to the increase in the... Read more
13d
The Irish Times
Motor insurance drives inflation to three-year high of 0.5%motor insurance costs are being blamed for another hike in the annual rate of i
Motor insurance drives inflation to three-year high of 0.5%
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
motor insurance costs are being blamed for another hike in the annual rate of inflation. The latest figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) put the annual rate of consumer price inflation at 0.5 per cent for July, up from the 0.4 per... Read more
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The Irish Times
How much is a stay-at-home parent worth?or more, compared with 22 per cent of 18-34-year-olds. More men staying at hom
How much is a stay-at-home parent worth?
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
or more, compared with 22 per cent of 18-34-year-olds. More men staying at home Traditionally a role fulfilled by women, Central Statistics Office figures show that more and more men are giving up their suits for a life in the home. In 1986, for... Read more
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The Irish Times
Davy eyes Irish 2017 growth downgrade postcut its forecast to 2.9 per cent. Economists have been struggling to assess th
Davy eyes Irish 2017 growth downgrade post
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
cut its forecast to 2.9 per cent. Economists have been struggling to assess the true health of the Irish economy since the Central Statistics Office last month revised 2015 GDP growth up to 26 per cent, which Mr Mac Coille said “has undermined... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish underestimate cost of stay-at-home parentingor more, compared with 22 per cent of 18-34-year-olds. More men staying home
Irish underestimate cost of stay-at-home parenting
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
or more, compared with 22 per cent of 18-34-year-olds. More men staying home Traditionally a role fulfilled by women, Central Statistics Office figures show that more and more men are giving up their suits for a life in the home. In 1986, for... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Irish passport applications surge by almost 50,000processing work across passport offices and redeploying staff from other areas
Irish passport applications surge by almost 50,000
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
processing work across passport offices and redeploying staff from other areas of the department. Figures from the Central Statistics Office show that in the period January-June 2016, the total number of trips by Irish residents overseas... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Irish passport applications surge by almost 50,000processing work across passport offices and redeploying staff from other areas
Irish passport applications surge by almost 50,000
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
processing work across passport offices and redeploying staff from other areas of the department. Figures from the Central Statistics Office show that in the period January-June 2016, the total number of trips by Irish residents overseas... Read more
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The Telegraph
Govt stares at growth reality9: The Bihar government is planning to challenge the latest Gross State Domesti
Govt stares at growth reality
The Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
9: The Bihar government is planning to challenge the latest Gross State Domestic Product (GSDP) figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) which suggest a sharp drop in the economic growth rate of the state to 7.14 per cent for the... Read more
16d
The Irish Times
New car sales up 20% according to CSOcars taxed for the first time this year is up 20 per cent on the same period la
New car sales up 20% according to CSO
The Irish Times / Posted 16 days ago
cars taxed for the first time this year is up 20 per cent on the same period last year. According to figures from the Central Statistics Office, between January and July 119,952 new cars were taxed for the first time. The figures show a 5.5... Read more
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RTE News
New cars sold in first seven months up by a fifthin the first seven months of the year was a fifth higher than in the same perio
New cars sold in first seven months up by a fifth
RTE News / Posted 16 days ago
in the first seven months of the year was a fifth higher than in the same period in 2015. According to figures from the Central Statistics Office, there were 119,952 new cars licensed in the first seven months, an increase of 20% on the same... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breast cancer fatalities for first time in four years2015, 694 people died of malignant neoplasms of the breast, or breast cancer, a
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breast cancer fatalities for first time in four years
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
2015, 694 people died of malignant neoplasms of the breast, or breast cancer, according to initial figures from the Central Statistics Office. A total of 692 of those who died were women, while two were men. About 70 of the deaths took... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breat cancer fatalities for first time in four years2015, 694 people died of malignant neoplasms of the breast, or breast cancer, a
Better detection and treatments praised for reduction in breat cancer fatalities for first time in four years
Irish Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
2015, 694 people died of malignant neoplasms of the breast, or breast cancer, according to initial figures from the Central Statistics Office. A total of 692 of those who died were women, while two were men. About 70 of the deaths took... Read more
19d
The Irish Times
Numbers on Live Register down 1.7% in JulyThe number of people signing on the Live Register fell by 5,100, or 1.7 per cen
Numbers on Live Register down 1.7% in July
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
The number of people signing on the Live Register fell by 5,100, or 1.7 per cent, last month, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This brings the total number of people on the register to 300,000, compared with 364,628 for the same... Read more
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RTE News
Live Register sees 1.7% fall in July - CSOon the Live Register fell by 1.7% (5,100) between June and July, leaving the to
Live Register sees 1.7% fall in July - CSO
RTE News / Posted 19 days ago
on the Live Register fell by 1.7% (5,100) between June and July, leaving the total at 300,300. The figures from the Central Statistics Office also show that in unadjusted terms there were 319,294 people signing on the Live Register in July,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Numbers on the Live Register down by 1.7% last monthThe number of people signing on the Live Register fell by 5,100, or 1.7 per cen
Numbers on the Live Register down by 1.7% last month
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
The number of people signing on the Live Register fell by 5,100, or 1.7 per cent last month, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO). This brings the total number of people on the register to 300,000, compared to 364,628 for the same month... Read more
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19d
The Irish Times
John FitzGerald: Greater accuracy on national accounts vital for budgetingnot recognised at the time because of what was later appropriately called the “
John FitzGerald: Greater accuracy on national accounts vital for budgeting
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
not recognised at the time because of what was later appropriately called the “black hole”. That hole arose because the Central Statistics Office was not counting the very large profits from multinational enterprises which belonged to the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Where do returning Irish emigrants move home to?global migrants may still call this island home, it will take more than jobs fo
Where do returning Irish emigrants move home to?
The Irish Times / Posted 21 days ago
global migrants may still call this island home, it will take more than jobs for them to be at home here. Sources: Central Statistics Office, Census of Population of Ireland, 2006 and 2011; Central Statistics Office, Population and... Read more
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