Carlow’s commuters are untapped opportunity for local employers
A new commuter skills study explains the rich pool of talented and educated professionals travelling outside the county for work
Over 6,000 people commute from Co Carlow to work across Ireland each week. These figures were compiled for a new commuter skills study which explains the rich pool of talented and educated professionals travelling outside the county for work.
The study, a combined piece of research undertaken by Carlow County Council, the Institute of Technology Carlow, and County Carlow Chamber, uncovered some startling facts in relation to the county’s commuting classes.
Over 82 per...
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