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Health sector workers most likely to be off work due to work-related illness


View the associated publications from this press release and photos from the launch event at the bottom of this page. New...  



New research examines the impact of the 2016 increase in the National Minimum Wage


The 2016 increase in the national minimum wage (NMW) rate did not lead to greater unemployment among minimum wage workers,...  



Bank of Ireland/ESRI Savings and Investment Index falls to lowest level since launch


Overall Index falls back in March with fewer people saving and investing Savings sentiment deteriorating among the over 50s Irish...  



Irish attitudes to diversity highlighted by new study


New research has shown that attitudes to immigration in Ireland became more negative during the recession, and are now lower...  



Signs of spring in March consumer sentiment?


Irish consumer confidence recovers after February dip Expectations for household incomes and spending improve Could this be hinting at the...  



Strong growth set to continue in 2018


In 2017, the Irish economy grew by 7.8 per cent. In 2018, GDP is expected to grow by 4.8 per...  



Brexit price increases could affect poorer households most


A hard Brexit would increase the cost of living for all households in Ireland by 2 per cent to 3.1...  



Irish investors rebuff February’s stock market correction


Investor attitudes rally even as market volatility returns Number of regular investors increases to 36% from 30% in January Pension...  



Cooler consumer sentiment suggests Irish economy still some way from overheating


Irish February sentiment reading falls from 17 year high Greater caution about household finances and spending plans drive drop Details...  



ESRI will reopen Monday 5th


The ESRI will be open for business on Monday 5th. Due to system issues, the telephone system may be out...  





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