(...) to be satisfied with what I have. My employment and health were something to be grateful for, and I(...)

Chanelle Group, founded by Michael Burke, is to create  175 jobs in a major expansion of its operations.

(...) revenue has grown 100 per cent and employment has increased by over 200 people. This growth has been(...)

Maedbh Donaldson: ‘A lot of young people aren’t looking for jobs in Ireland and are emigrating because they want to.’

(...): mainly employment or emigration. Parties interested in increasing employment, particularly for younger(...)

Kevin Flaherty believes he will spend the next 20 or 30 years ‘until I get my pension scratching out a living for myself’.

(...), which I can’t afford. So since I graduated last year I’ve been trying to find employment. I’m looking(...)

Fine Gael candidate Stephanie Regan canvassing in Raheny, Dublin. Topics included  sugar content in children’s food and the Eighth Amendment. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...), another at 6pm – and this evening she also has to chair an hour-long community meeting on employment, the(...)

An AIB official said the bank manager had had the authority to facilitate loans to Galway United to a limit of €75,000

(...) benefited Galway United FC, the Employment Appeals Tribunal has been told. Seán McHugh, from Barna, Co(...)

A man living in direct provision for more than seven years has appealed the Minister for Justice’s refusal to consider his application for permission to work here.

(...)’s application for temporary residence and a temporary employment permit, he argued. If there was no such(...)

Turning a corner: IFSC companies now account for about 38 per cent of all financial services corporation tax revenues. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

(...) jobs by 2020. Already it’s making some impact; employment grew by 7.4 per cent to 38,056 in 2015 after(...)

(...)-driven” as firms compete to secure top talent. The firm’s latest employment monitor recorded a 37 per cent(...)

Announcing planned cap of student fee at €2,500 by the end of 2017, Labour leader Joan Burton said ‘we will certainly try to improve the situation for students’. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

(...). Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash said there was a very strong business case for employers(...)