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Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe recently warned that the economy may soon face overheating pressures as a result of the return to near full employment. Photograph: Getty Images

Unemployment remained at a 14-year low of 4.5 per cent in June, unchanged from the previous month, according to the latest official figures. This is d(...)

Figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show the number of people employed in the Republic’s economy has grown to a record 2.31 million.

Record levels of employment are putting upward pressure on wages and salaries, according to a new study by the Central Bank and recruitment website In(...)

The youth unemployment rate stood at 12.8 per cent in April, as against 13.5 per cent in the previous month

The unemployment rate was unchanged in April at 5.4 per cent, and down from 5.9 per cent for the same month a year earlier, new figures show. Overall(...)

The official unemployment rate of 5.4%  is  down from a revised 5.6% in February, and 5.9%  12 months ago. It is  nearly three percentage points below the euro zone average. Photograph: Getty Images

Unemployment fell to another 10-year low of 5.4 per cent last month, according to official figures. While the headline rate has been revised up sever(...)

The State’s unemployment rate has been revised up to 5.6 per cent for February but the Central Statistics Office (CSO) insisted the overall trend is s(...)

Unemployment is expected to fall below 5% this year. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Republic’s jobless rate remained steady at 5.3 per cent for the second consecutive month in January. While there have been several upward revisio(...)

If you fancy yourself as a culinary genius, this might be the time to change career altogether as chefs are currently at the top of the switching league. Photograph: David Ramos/Getty Images

For those who lived through the madness of the last tight labour market, it’s a familiar picture. Wages are going up, bonuses are back, incentive pack(...)

Construction cranes on the Dublin skyline. With building professionals in short supply, recruitment executives are on a global hunt for construction staff. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

Barry Kelly is racking up air miles as the Irish economy booms. With more than 100 cranes visible on Dublin’s skyline and building professionals in sh(...)

Cranes towering over the A&L Goodbody Solicitors office Construction site. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Republic’s unemployment rate fell to 5.3 per cent in November, down from 5.4 per cent the previous month, according to the Central Statistics Offi(...)

The State’s official unemployment rate fell to 5.4 per cent in September, down from 5.6 per cent the previous month. The rate had, however, been revi(...)