‘Generation Emigration’ is buying homes, starting families – and feeling happier than they did in Ireland
How do Irish emigrants who left since 2008 feel about life abroad and coming home?
Most post-2008 emigrants not ready to return, Irish Times survey finds
Michael John Winters arrived home from Canada last week with his wife and their dog
Irish Times survey shows emigrants becoming embedded abroad
About half the 1980s generation moved back, but will this cohort be different?
Under-25s more likely to have left voluntarily, and intend to stay short-term
Irish men more likely to leave for work, women more likely than men to move for love
Most Irish abroad surveyed follow Irish media, Skype often, and visit at least annually
Irish Times survey indicates 70% are more cheerful abroad than they were in Ireland
From London to the United Arab Emirates and Australia, four Irish people talk about their experiences making a new life overseas
Technology makes it easier to connect with family, friends and Irish affairs
Young people more likely to have strong view on issue, Irish Times poll shows
Opinion: Irish Times survey shows under-25s are strongly in favour
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