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Ireland – Employment increases 1.5% or 27,700 in a year (Q3)

There was an annual increase in employment of 1.5% or 27,700 in the year to the third quarter of 2014, bringing total employment to 1,926,900.  This compares with an annual increase in employment of 1.7% in the previous quarter and an increase of 3.2% in the year to Q3 2013.

Summary points for Q3 2014

  • The increase in total employment of 27,700 in the year to Q3 2014 was represented by an increase in full-time employment of 26,100 (+1.8%) and an increase in part-time employment of 1,500 (+0.3%).
  • On a seasonally adjusted basis, employment increased by 10,400 (+0.5%) over the previous quarter. This follows on from a seasonally adjusted increase in employment of 4,300 (+0.2%) in Q2 2014, an increase of 700 (+0.0%) in Q1 2014, an increase of 11,400 (+0.6%) in Q4 2013 and an increase of 17,700 (+0.9%) in Q3 2013.
  • The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate decreased from 11.5% to 11.1% over the quarter while the number of persons unemployed fell by 7,700.
  • Unemployment decreased by 37,400 (-13.2%) in the year to Q3 2014 bringing the total number of persons unemployed to 245,500. This is the ninth quarter in succession where unemployment has declined on an annual basis.

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Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at Quarterly National Household Survey Quarter 3 2014 – CSO – Central Statistics Office.


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