Large Numbers Still Moving to Ireland

The Irish economy is in a strong position having recovered  from the financial crisis and the subsequent recession. In early 2012, the unemployment rate in Ireland was 16% and almost 50,000 Irish people emigrated that year. At the start of 2019 the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was down to 5.7% a  and involuntary emigration has […]
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Immigration to Ireland

The last census in Ireland was in  2011. The population figure was 4.5 Million  – which is an increase of 1 million people in just 20 years. Ireland now has the highest fertility rate in  the European Union, with an average of 2.05 children per woman. Immigration has also been an  important feature of Ireland’s […]
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