Saturday 20th September 2014
Generation Emigration

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First my uncle left, then my siblings, now my son For generations, Irish families have been saying goodbye to loved ones. But no parent wants to consider the possibility that it might be for good, writes ELAINE HARTIGAN
Jobseekers wanted: Working Abroad Expo in Dublin More than 70 exhibitors will be at the Working Abroad Expo at the RDS this weekend. Recruiters and employers from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the Middle East will be offering jobs to nurses and construction workers to cheesemakers and pork butchers.
Crosscare guide to working holiday visas Thinking of going on a working holiday but not sure where? The first in a series of factsheets from Crosscare Migrant Project outlines the visa application process for some of the most popular working holiday destinations for Irish people, including Argentina, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Korea and the US.
Explore the great indoors New Zealand may not attract as many Irish as its Aussie neighbour, but its more temperate climate, stunning scenery and lower cost of living make it an attractive option for young people and families, writes Ciara Kenny.
Working Abroad Expo If you are considering emigrating to Australia, Canada or New Zealand, you may be interested in attending one of the Working Abroad Expos in Dublin or Cork in the coming weeks.
Destination in Focus: New Zealand Practical advice on visas, finding a job and a place to live in New Zealand, with useful links to Irish organisations, social and business networks and emergency assistance, prepared in collaboration with the Auckland Irish Society.