Jim Dalton

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The phased reopening of Ireland’s society and economy took place over the summer

The number of people in employment gradually increased over the summer months as public health measures to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic we(...)

The CSO’s Jim Dalton said: “The Covid-19 pandemic has had a considerable impact on the Irish Labour Market in 2020.” Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Nearly 12 per cent of under 60s in Ireland were living in jobless households in the second quarter of 2020, according to the Central Statistics Office(...)

By the end of April, this adjusted measure of unemployment is estimated to have jumped to 694,683 with an associated Covid-19 adjusted jobless rate of 28.2 per cent.

The Republic’s unemployment rate jumped from a near record low of just 4.7 per cent to a record high of 28.2 per cent in the space of a month as a res(...)

Jobless numbers fell 18,300 or 14 per cent to 110,600 people, the survey calculates. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A record 2.36 million people had jobs in the Republic during the last three months of 2019, new figures show. The Central Statistics Office (CSO) sai(...)

The average for workers in full-time and part-time employment was 40.7 and 18.6 hours per week respectively

The number of people employed in the Irish economy has risen by more than 400,000 since the low point of the crash in 2012. The rapid turnaround was (...)

Women are significantly more likely to be earning the minimum wage than men, according to new figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). They(...)