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# Emigration

All time
Read: An emigrant's letter home from Argentina... in the 1800s
Young men around twice as likely to emigrate as women - report
Column: ‘We are the 17 per cent’ – the story of a migrant in Ireland
Dil Wickremasinghe
Census results reveal Ireland's aging population
Column: Job creation is too important for party politics. Let’s work together.
Micheál Martin
Here is the week's news... skewed
Column: Here's Irish pride - my family are rebuilding the World Trade Center
Kerry O'Shea
Column: Here’s what you REALLY need to know before emigrating…
Claire O'Keeffe
Who owns the Titanic, and who can dive at the wreck?
Column: Exporting our troubles is an Irish speciality
Jillian Godsil
Recession emigration: a repeat path to the UK
Column: Our diaspora can make Ireland great – but we need to connect
Kingsley Aikins
There's only so much GAA can do to keep stars here, says Colm O'Rourke
Some young people in Australia ‘giving Irish workers a bad name’
Mayo village which lost eleven people on the Titanic to commemorate sinking
'He'll be missed' -- Gaelic Players Association rues Sheridan's shock decision to emigrate
Large crowds expected at Working Abroad Expo in Cork
The Daily Fix: Monday
Column: ‘Everywhere it’s hollowed-out people’ – a day at the emigration fair
Ann Cronin
More than 12,000 people attend Working Abroad Expo
Column: Young people need to reject the ideas my generation grew up with
Nick Leeson
Working Abroad Expo shuts doors early due to crowds
In pictures: the Working Abroad Expo at the RDS
Column: Here’s what it’s like to be one of the long-term unemployed
Alan McMenamin
Canadian delegates visit Dublin to attract recruits
Hireland has secured employment for 150 people
Where in the world? Saskatchewan wants Irish workers
Column: I’ve been waiting three years on my citizenship application
Lutfullah Shafaq
Column: Cutting wages won't fix the jobs crisis. We need a new approach.
Patrick Nulty
IrishCentral announces new community newspaper division
The Daily Fix: Monday
Noonan under fire from bishops after emigration comments
Noonan on emigration comments: 'I am being quoted out of context'
Noonan's emigration comments branded 'a disgrace' by opposition
Noonan: Young emigrants 'not driven away by unemployment'