Demand for marketing professionals has started to outstrip supply, a survey suggests. Photograph: iStock

The gender pay gap in the marketing, digital and data sectors has narrowed but disparities still exist, a survey suggests. The 2017 salary and market(...)

Despite improvements in other areas of gender equality in Ireland, the pay gap has been growing. Photograph: iStock

On average, women are paid 14 per cent less than men, the latest data from the Central Statistics Office shows, indicating that pay differences are wi(...)

Irish aged 18-24: The biggest binge drinkers in the European Union in 2014. Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish people aged 18 to 24 had the highest rates of binge drinking in the European Union, according to the Central Statistics Office (CSO). The data,(...)

The value of Irish exports fell by 4 per cent to €9 billion in August while imports rose by 4 per cent to €5.4 billion. This resulted in a trade surp(...)

Official figures on house building in Ireland continue to be out of kilter with the reality on the ground. Photograph: Alan Betson

For nine months now we’ve known that the Government’s housebuilding numbers are bogus and bear little relationship to the number of new homes actually(...)

Ruairi O Siochru from Tralee, Co. Kerry: “People in cities just don’t have time for religion.”

New census data on religion was published by the Central Statistics Office on Thursday. Jenna Clarke-Molloy spoke to people in Trinity College, Dublin(...)

The Titanic Belfast attraction in Northern Ireland. The State’s residents have taken more trips to the North this year, according to the latest statistics. File photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

The State’s residents have taken more trips to the North this year and spent millions more there than they did last year, according to the latest stat(...)

The 2016 census found the majority (80.2 per cent) of the 10,653 Travellers in the labour force are unemployed. Stock image: The Irish Times

More Travellers are going to college but educational attainment among their number “continues to lag significantly behind” that of the general populat(...)

Fr Pierre Pepper delivers mass at St Rynagh’s Roman Catholic Church in the village of Banagher County Offaly in March 2nd, 2015. File photograph: Cathal McNaughton/Reuters

Offaly is the most Catholic county in Ireland while Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown is the least Catholic, according to new Census data published by the Centra(...)

Shoppers on Dublin’s Grafton Street. Photograph: Davd Sleator/The Irish Times

Prices for consumer goods in Ireland were up by a marginal 0.2 per cent in the twelve months to September. However, on a monthly basis, consumer pri(...)