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Ireland – Unemployment rate down to its lowest level since 2008

The construction and industrial sectors delivered the most new jobs as a 59,400 increase in the number of full-time posts helped bring the unemployment rate down to its lowest level since 2008.

Quarterly data published by the Central Statistics Office showed Ireland’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 9.1 per cent in July-September this year from 9.6 per cent in April-June. The rate in the third quarter of 2014 was 11.1 per cent.

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