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Gender gap in graduates’ pay expectations – survey

Female students have lower salary expectations than their male counterparts across a number of sectors, according to research by Universum, ...
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Economy to return to pre-Covid levels early next year – NTMA CEO

The chief executive of the National Treasury Management Agency, Conor O’Kelly, has told an audience of investors that the economy ...
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No changes to Budget framework despite better tax receipts – Donohoe

The Minister for Finance has said he is not looking at making any further changes to the framework for October’s ...
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1 in 5 SMEs expect to pass on higher costs

Over a fifth of SMEs expect to pass higher prices on to their customers as a result of inflationary pressures, ...
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Govt delays PUP move to Jobseekers payments to October

The Government has said that no recipients of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) will be transitioned to Jobseeker payments before ...
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Euro zone growth revised up as consumer spending rebounds

The euro zone economy grew by more than initially forecast in the second quarter of the year, revised data from ...
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ISIF makes €450m gain in H1 as it plans green investment

Ireland’s €9.2 billion sovereign investment fund has almost doubled its total investment gains in eighteen months. The Ireland Strategic Investment ...
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New Covid scheme for business opens to applicants

A new targeted Government funded support scheme, aimed at assisting vulnerable but viable businesses whose earnings have collapsed due to ...
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Covid costs Ireland’s tourism sector an estimated €13.4bn

The Covid-19 pandemic has cost the tourism sector here €13.4bn and 100,000 jobs have been lost as a result, a ...
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