Intro

Who would think Ireland would be hit so hard with reccesion? Everyone hoped it wouldn't touch us...... Please come back to my blog to follow recession news in Ireland and around the world.

Sunday, July 21, 2013

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Please leave a comment if you would like to adopt this blog. I moved to Squidoo.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Need additional income? Work on Odesk

Just recently I have joined Odesk. It's online marketplace for job seekers and job providers. The On Demand Global Workforce - oDesk

Are you looking for extra income? Have you lost a job? Looking a for a new way to earn money for yourself and your family? Are you a writer, web designer, sales person? You can be somebody's personal virtual assistant, why not? Odesk is the way to go. Register and complete your profile to gain access to thousands of online jobs. No fees. No commitment. Free online certifications. Hundreds of new jobs every day. Guaranteed payment for your hourly work.

It's an online marketplace for people who are involved in:

  • Web Development
  • Writing & Translation
  • Customer Service
  • Software Development
  • Administrative Support
  • Sales & Marketing
  • Design & Multimedia
  • Web Development
  • Software Development
  • Networking & Information Systems
  • Business Services
As well if you own business, you can hire accountant, bookeper, sales person, web designer from Odesk as well.

What kind of work is done here? Pretty much anything that can be done remotely — we're often surprised by the ever-increasing variety of work performed on oDesk. You can hire talented web and software developers, writers, graphic designer, customer service representatives, marketers and much more. You can see the full list here. Drop a relevant keyword into the provider search bar and you might be surprised how many people worldwide are offering the services you need.


Do you need help? Hire me at Odesk. I'm specialising in web promotion, social media and bookmarking.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Dole is 196 € in 2010


In case you are wondering why dole payment is only 196 € ... Weekly Jobseeker's Benefit payment in 2010 is 196 €. Did you miss a budget news? Yes it is down... For more info go to: http://www.welfare.ie

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Irish Budget 2010


Here are the links for Irish Budget 2010. So what we have here??? Children of Ireland are ripped by child benefit cut (16 € is a big money for a family), youth got their social welfare cut as well, VAT reduced by 0.5% (what? I'm still going up the north)....and so on and so on! Ireland has no future. No more green pastures. It will become more depressing and more depressing! I have no words!

Budget Main Points
Budget Speech Video
Official Government Page

Thursday, July 16, 2009

Do you believe State pensions and unemployment benefits should be cut, as as proposed by 'An Bord Snip Nua'?

Do you believe State pensions and unemployment benefits should be cut, as as proposed by 'An Bord Snip Nua'?
Do you think or you know that you and your family will be affected by those cuts. then participate in Irish Times Poll. Click here

Friday, July 3, 2009

Irish Jobs: June Live Register +2.8%/Mo To 413,500

Irish Jobs: June Live Register +2.8%/Mo To 413,500

DUBLIN (Dow Jones)--Irish unemployment grew at a slightly slower pace in June, to a total of 413,500, as the live register for benefit payments rose again, bringing unemployment in the country to 11.9% in June.

With the rapid slowdown in the construction industry, the number of people signing on to the live register on an unadjusted basis rose 2.8% on the month to 413,500 in June, the central statistics office said.

Unemployment amongst immigrants from eastern Europe is now at 20%, double the rate for Irish nationals, and for every eastern European worker who has joined the dole queue over the last 12 months, almost two have emigrated.

"It is encouraging to note that the pace of decline in the live register has moderated in each of the last six months from a high of over 33,000 in January," said NCB Stockbrokers chief economist Brian Devine.

"Once again this is further evidence that the worst of the declines are behind us but that with such a sharp rise in unemployment and taxes the recovery in Ireland is going to lag someway behind the global recovery," he added.

The live register includes part-time workers and casual workers entitled to unemployment assistance or benefits. Official unemployment is measured by the Quarterly National Household Survey.

-By Quentin Fottrell, Dow Jones Newswires; +353-1-676-2189; quentin.fottrell@dowjones.com

(END) Dow Jones Newswires
Source: Click here



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