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Young graduates and unemployed people leaving Ireland for jobs abroad


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Young unemployed Irish people are flocking to move to Canada and Australia seeking work, it is claimed. Recent numbers suggesting up to 200,000 people are to emigrate from Ireland within the next five years if unemployment is not addressed are an indication of the continued trend of departures from Ireland of young graduates and the unemployed. The [...]

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The Irish have done this sucessfully for hundreds of years so don't think this is anything new

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