Government aims to create 23,000 jobs in mid-west by 2020

The government has launched its mid-west Action Plan for Jobs, the fourth of eight regional jobs plans, aimed at delivering 10 to 15 per cent employment growth in the region by 2020.

18th October, 2015

The government has launched its mid-west Action Plan for Jobs, the fourth of eight regional jobs plans, aimed at delivering 10 to 15 per cent employment growth in the region by 2020.

The plan aims to create 23,000 new jobs over the next five years in Clare, Limerick and Tipperary, a region which suffered badly during the financial crisis, losing almost 25,000 jobs.

The plan is targeting a 25 per cent increase in the number of startups in the mid-west...

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