Wednesday November 25, 2020

We need tax cuts not public sector pay rises

31st December, 2014
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Eoghan Murohy

Jobs figures released by the CSO this month, which show that, net, more than 80,000 jobs have been created in this country since 2012, don’t tell the full story. In fact, it could be argued that the stats underplay the number of jobs created in the last three years.

This significant increase in jobs has taken place in tandem with a reduction of 34,400 people working in the public sector. The 10 per cent reduction...

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