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Job postings on the site – as of April 3rd this month – were almost a third below those observed in previous years. Photograph: iStock

Job vacancies in the Republic have fallen by a third as coronavirus-hit businesses scale back recruitment, a study by the Central Bank and recruitment(...)

Shops shuttered on Dublin’s Grafton Street: the Republic’s unemployment rate has jumped to 16.5 per cent as a result of the coronavirus crisis. Photo:Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) says pandemic pay supports will “significantly” cushion the incomes of affected workers but will cos(...)

The latest figures show the seasonally adjusted number of people classified as unemployed in January was 120,200, up 3,300 or 0.1%  on the previous month

Unemployment has unexpectedly risen amid signs that companies may be more cautious about hiring. Central Statistics Office (CSO) figures put the head(...)

The State’s headline unemployment rate of 4.8%  is  nearly three percentage points lower than the euro zone average of 7.5%

The Republic’s unemployment rate was unchanged at 4.8 per cent in December, with economists predicting another strong year of employment growth. Cen(...)

The number of people classified as out of work in the Irish economy is predicted to fall below 100,000 next year, less than a third of what it was at (...)

‘Given that Ireland is close to levels of full employment, employers will find it hard to attract talent.’ Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The State’s unemployment rate has fallen below 5 per cent for the first time since the crash, reflecting the ongoing strength of the labour market. T(...)

The State’s unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5.3 per cent for a fourth month running in September, according to the latest official figures. (...)

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(...)

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