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Unemployment rate falls to 7.3%

Unemployment rate falls to 7.3%

 
The Republic’s unemployment rate fell to a new post-crash low of 7.3 per cent during November, according to the latest figures from the Central Statistics Office. more »
Jobless numbers fall by 12.5% in year to September.

Jobless numbers fall by 12.5% in year to September.

2016-11-23
The CSO said that in the year to the end of September, the number of unemployed people fell by 25,500 - a drop of 12.5% - to bring the total to 177,700. more »
PolskaÉire 2015 Festival

PolskaÉire 2015 Festival

2015-03-23
To champion the diversity that Polish people bring to Ireland, PolskaÉire 2015 has been established as a nationwide festival to coincide with the UEFA Republic of Ireland vs. Poland qualifier on the 29th of March. more »
Marcin Czechowicz  from JobSeekerSite.info is running as a candidate in the upcoming local elections for Dublin City Council.

Marcin Czechowicz from JobSeekerSite.info is running as a candidate in the upcoming local elections for Dublin City Council.

2014-05-05
Marcin CZECHOWICZ  from JobSeekerSite.info is running as a candidate in the upcoming local elections for Dublin City Council. more »
International Film Contest 2013 for Solidarity Shorts

International Film Contest 2013 for Solidarity Shorts

2013-08-05
The first “Solidarity Shorts” – International Film Contest has been launched! The contest is addressed to young people from all over the world... // more »
UCD plugs the languages gap

UCD plugs the languages gap

2012-11-23
Census 2011 is testament to the huge diversity of languages spoken in Ireland: almost 10% of the population said they spoke a language at home other than English or Irish. The Polish community is the largest minority group in Ireland, with a population of 122,585 (Census 2011), almost a 100% increase on figures returned in Census 2006. more »