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A new survey by specialist recruiters, Engage People, shows that a majority of professionals appear to be happy at their work.
Commenting on the recently published CSO Characteristics of Residential Property Purchasers 2010-2021, Brokers Ireland said the fact that the proportion of properties jointly purchased increased from 47 percent to 60.3 percent in the period and the median age for sole purchasers rose from 34 to 41 years, starkly demonstrates the social change being forced upon society by the housing crisis.
Responding to the ECB interest rate increase of 0.75 percent, Brokers Ireland said even though predicted by some commentators the fact that it is on the higher side is very disquieting for consumers with the real worry now being the unknown one of how long such increases will go on for and what level they will reach.
Atlantic Technological University (ATU) Galway-Mayo will hold its Virtual Careers Fair on Monday, 3 October 2022, from 11am to 3pm. The platform will enable students and graduates to interact with a large number of employers and is a key event in the university’s academic calendar.
RBK Chartered Accountants has confirmed the appointment of Moydrum resident, Michelle O’Donoghue, to the role of Governance, Risk and Assurance Partner at the prominent firm.
Responding to the ECB interest rate increase of 0.5 percent, Brokers Ireland said it “marks the beginning of a new era and predicting where the rate will end up with any degree of accuracy is like fortune telling.”
Independent TD Seán Canney is calling on the Government to intervene and support the post office network before it collapses.
Irish Citylink has today become the first Irish Coach Service to recognise the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower officially! Not all disabilities are visible – some are not immediately obvious. The Sunflower acts as an awareness tool – someone can choose to wear it to discreetly indicate that they have a non-visible disability and may need support, help, or simply a little more time while traveling.
Cllr Owen Hanley says Government reform is needed to enhance the potential of credit unions.
As house prices continue to escalate with the recent CSO House Price Index showing an annual increase in February of 16.8 per cent for properties outside Dublin and 13.5 per cent in Dublin, Brokers Ireland has said the market is almost back to the level house prices reached at peak in 2007 - with prices outside of Dublin just 3.9 per cent short of where they were then - and Dublin just over 10per cent behind peak.