Irish workforce grows 2.4% in Q3, approaches full employment

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DUBLIN — Ireland’s workforce grew by 2.4% in the third quarter from a year earlier, pushing the unemployment rate down to a 12-year low of 4.9%, data showed on Tuesday. Employment growth is a key measure of the health of the economy in a country where the movement of large multinational assets tends to skew […]

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