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# pathways to work

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# work experience
10,000 jobseekers to be paid €306 per week as new work placement scheme launched
The Pathways to Work 2021-2025 strategy was launched by the government this morning.
# Employment
New law would force unemployed to upload CVs to job sites - or have their dole cut
The government has launched its latest Pathways to Work document today.
Voices
Column: How to make parental leave work for dads in Ireland too
Journalist Philip O’Connor says the system of parental leave in Sweden, where he lives, benefits children, parents and the unemployed – and it is ideal for recessionary Ireland.
# Said and done
Leftist flamboyance and corrosive cynicism: The week in quotes
“Autism is a theory. It is not a fact”
# pathways to work
Government unemployment scheme is 'Pathways to Poverty' says opposition
Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil have both criticised the government’s plan to tackle unemployment.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Thursday
Your nightly round-up of the day’s biggest news stories…
# pathways to work
Government unveils scheme to get unemployed back to work
Minister Joan Burton unveiled the ambitious plan today and promised that the Irish government will not repeat the mistakes of the 1980s.
# pathways to work
Govt to launch plan to get people back to work
Sustainable employment is the aim of the Government’s new Pathways to Work programme.
# pathways to work
Unemployed people "are not statistics"
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore hits back at Joe Higgins description of ‘Pathways to Work’ interviews for jobless as “Alcoholics Anonymous style” meetings.