Tuesday 24th April 2018
Generation Emigration


Distance gives us perspective on Ireland Emigration today is not a one way ticket, but an endless series of return journeys which enriches individuals and communities, writes Cormac MacGabhann.
Au pairing as a test run for emigration Working in Spain for the summer has given me a taste of what it might be like to emigrate when I finish my degree, writes Jane O'Faherty in Valencia.
Teeing up a place in the sun Emigrating is not just for the young: with sunnier climes and lower living costs, many Irish retirees are moving abroad where pensions stretch further and they enjoy a more active life, writes CIARA KENNY