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New CSO report on historical earnings

TASC 03/05/2017

A new report from the CSO on historical earnings shows that the real earnings of workers grew by an average of 2% per annum from 1938 to 2015. The real earnings of industrial workers in the industry sector increased 319% over the period. Amongst the other findings in the Historical earnings report are that the gender pay gap of industrial workers …



Welcome to the inequality cycle

Michael Taft 28/03/2012

Michael Taft: We are now starting to get data to assess just who in society is getting hit and who is getting by. Of course, we know about …

The impoverishment of Ireland

Michael Taft 01/12/2011

Michael Taft: The CSO has produced the preliminary results from the annual EU Survey on Income and Living Conditions. And the results show an …

Poverty, inequality and Budget 2012

Sinéad Pentony 30/11/2011

Sinéad Pentony: The publication of the preliminary results from the 2010 Survey of Income and Living Conditions (SILC) is very timely in the run up …

Public Sector Pay: CSO add their part to the analysis

Slí Eile 01/10/2009

Slí Eile: The controversy around public-private sector pay differences continues following today's release by the Central Statistics Office of a …

The economic benefits of immigration

Slí Eile 10/09/2009

Sli Eile: While not seeking to open a debate on the Lisbon Treaty in this post, I feel obliged to comment on a claim made by a certain organisation …

Voluntary activity and active citizenship: latest CSO figures

Colm O'Doherty 02/08/2009

Colm O'Doherty: The 'message' that Irish Times Social Affairs Correspondent Carl O’Brien has taken from the recent CSO Report on Community …

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