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Westmeath live register figures continue to decline

Figures published by the Central Statistics Office indicate that the Live Register in Athlone has declined by 17 percent on an annual basis and 53 percent since 2011, Fine Gael Deputy, Peter Burke, commented, this week.

Youth Work Ireland Midlands receives Gold Health Quality Mark

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Youth Work Ireland, Midlands was awarded a Gold Standard Health Quality Mark (HQM) by the National Youth Council of Ireland (NYCI) in recognition of their work on health promotion for young people, at a special event, held in Youth Work Ireland, Midlands Centre, at the Monsignor McCarthy Complex in Battery Heights, Athlone.

Apprenticeship programmes funding formally announced for Athlone IT

 

Earn while you learn with Bluebird Care Galway

Bluebird Care Galway, one of Ireland's leading home and community care providers, has launched its Earn While You Learn training and education programme.

Galway company launches four day working week

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When Forbes asked the question in March this year, is it time for a four day working week? The world took notice and one Galway company took action.

Over 30,000 jobs created in West region since 2016 - Minister Ring

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Michael Ring TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development, this week highlighted that over 30,000 jobs have been created in the West region (Mayo, Galway and Roscommon) since 2016.

More people working in Mayo towns but rural employment has declined - WDC study

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While there was a notable increase in the number of people working in the labour catchments across Mayo between 2006 and 2016, there was a decline in those working in rural areas, a new study by the Western Development Commission has found.

Make Galway ‘employment friendly’ for those with disabilities, says Boyle

Making Galway city ‘employment friendly’ for those with disabilities must become a major priority of the new council after May 24, a Labour candidate has said.

Qualify as a secretary in one year at Galway Community College

Galway Community College's legal secretary, medical secretary, and office administrator course is extremely popular due to its continued success rate. Eighty five per cent of its graduates obtain full-time and part-time employment in a legal practice, medical practice, hospital administration, public service, and as office administrators in multinational companies within six months of graduating. The remainder of the students progress to higher education courses in the GMIT and NUIG and apprenticeship programmes.

Make Galway 'employment friendly' for those with disabilities, says Boyle

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Making Galway city 'employment friendly' for those with disabilities must become a major priority of the new council after May 24, a Labour candidate has said.

 

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