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Emigration of Irish increases 45%

More than 40,000 Irish people left the country in the year to April, up 45 per cent on the previous 12 months.

Latest migration figures published by the Central Statistics Office today show the number of Irish nationals who left the country during the period was up from 27,700 to 40,200.

Overall emigration was up by 16.9 per cent to 76,400, with Irish nationals making up 53 per cent of that total. This was an increase of 11,100 on the previous 12 months.

Emigration among non-Irish nationals fell for the second year in a row.

Nationals from the ‘EU12’ (the 10 accession states and Bulgaria and Romania) accounted for just under 20 per cent of emigrants.

The number of immigrants also increased over the same 12 month period from 30,800 to 42,300.

The CSO said net outward migration was broadly the same as in the previous 12-month period, at 34,100 and 34,500 respectively. But net outward migration among Irish nationals increased from 14,400 in April 2010 to 23,100 in April 2011.

Over the same period net outward migration of non-Irish nationals nearly halved from 20,200 to 11,000.

Emigration to the UK and countries designated as ‘rest of the world’ showed large increases, while there was a drop in emigration to the EU 12 countries.

Nearly two-thirds of the population is aged 15-64, some 22 per cent is under 15 and the remaining 12 per cent is 65 and older.

The natural increase in the population continued to be “very strong”, the CSO said.

Some 75,100 babies were born in the 12 months to April this year, with 27,400 deaths in the period. This results in a natural increase of 47,700, or just over 1 per cent of the population.

“The combined effect of strong natural increase and negative net migration resulted in a relatively small increase in the overall population of 13,600 bringing the population estimate to 4.48 million in April 2011,” the CSO said.


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[...] The number of homes built in 2010 was 14,600, back to the level it was at in 1970 and down from a peak of almost 90,000 in 2006. [...]

Unemployment rises to 14.5%

The CSO has revised its estimate of the unemployment rate for August to 14.5 per cent, up from previous estimates of 14.4 per cent.

Figures released this morning, relating to the second quarter, show the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate rose to14.2 per cent between April and June, up from 13.9 per cent the previous quarter. For last month, the CSO estimates that the rate rose again, to 14.5 per cent.

The Quarterly National Household Survey shows the long-term jobless accounted for 53.9 per cent of total unemployment in the second quarter, compared with 43.3 per cent a year earlier.

The rate of increase in the long term jobless is accelerating and rose by 7.7 per cent in the second quarter, up from 5.9 per cent during the same period last year.

The unemployment rate continued to be high among men, with 17.5 per cent of males out of work in June, up from 17.3 per cent the previous quarter.

For women, the unemployment rate for women was 10.4 per cent at the end of June, compared to 10 per cent at the end of March.

However, while the numbers at work continued to decrease in the second quarter, it did so at a slower rate.

The employment rate fell by 2 per cent on an annual basis - the lowest annual decline since the third quarter of 2008 when the number of people in employment decreased on an annual basis by 2 per cent.

The figures show the number of people at work fell by 1.2 per cent by the end of June to 2.126 million compared to a year earlier. However this remains slightly higher than the 2.122 million-strong at work in the last quarter of 2010.

Dermot O'Leary of Goodbody Stockbrokers said despite the easing in the rate of decline in employment, the rate had increased over recent months.

"It now stands at 14.5 per cent which is slightly below the peak in the unemployment rate in November 2010 of 14.8 per cent" he said.

He said unemployment was a particular problem for the younger age cohorts, with 27.7 per cent of those between 20 and 24 years-of-age out of work.
 
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Cual es el numero de casas que se construyeron en españa en 1970???? por hacernos a la idea de lo que va a venir y tal ....
 
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