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# Unemployment

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Numbers on the Live Register fall again in November, unemployment at 12.5 per cent
Damien Kiberd: Reasons to be cheerful? Maybe - but cautious too
Damien Kiberd
Madeleine McCann, jewel thefts and mortgages: The week in numbers
This t-shirt nails the feeling of being unemployed in Ireland
Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday
‘Relentless pursuit’: Kenny hopes unemployment will be under 10 per cent by 2016
‘Very encouraging’: Fall in unemployment to lowest level since 2009 welcomed
Risk that high unemployment will become 'structural' in Ireland
Central Bank assessing issues at 100 credit unions
Burton confident about Youth Guarantee despite concerns
Enda Kenny in Paris to discuss youth unemployment
In Spain, even toddlers learn Chinese for job hopes
Ireland’s Digital Champion: Our unemployment figures are a scourge
JobBridge, cigarettes and house prices: The week in numbers
Here’s What Happened Today: Thursday
Unemployment rate fell to 13.2% in October but it’s still ‘unacceptably high’
Irish man considers joining British army to pull family out of poverty
ACC Bank restructuring results in 180 job losses
Former Mountjoy governor: Dole cuts likely to push young people into criminality
Cigarettes and lots of debt: 7 things in Budget 2014 that you may have missed
Readers’ Panel Part Two: What are you expecting from Budget 2014?
Column: This is how to tackle youth unemployment
Emer Costello MEP
Burton: 'Welfare savings is one of the reasons we could reduce Budget adjustment'
Live Register figures continue falling as key Exchequer returns to be published
Most industries plan to hire more staff, but overall employment to drop in Q4
Irish economy is 'leaving behind far too many for far too long'
Multinational companies are not here just for tax breaks — Burton
Almost 1 in 2 men who took their own lives had worked in construction
Live Register down by 3,400 in August
Brian Cowen still can't believe he was Taoiseach: The week's news skewed
'Restrictive' criteria denying jobseekers access to support schemes
CSO: Numbers in employment increased by 9,600 in three months
Jobs Expo says it has more than 200 Irish positions on offer
Welfare traps preventing people from moving into employment
China's economy is booming, but here's what could go wrong
Every single county has more long-term unemployed this year
Live Register falls by 3,200 in July
Irish graduates in Australia sought for jobs back home
Heatwave, hepatitis and holiday: The week in numbers
Bruton: Welcomes Action Plan for Jobs progress but people are still struggling