Eight ways the government plans to get us back working

The new national job creation plan, announced last week, is opaque in many respects

14th May, 2011

The Programme for Government promised that the new Fine Gael and Labour coalition would outline a job creation plan within its first 100 days in office.

Last week, finance minister Michael Noonan announced details of the government’s ‘‘jobs initiative’’. On one level, the government has met its commitment, but it’s a little scant on detail, with a final outcome that is less than crystal clear.

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