Growing number of workers relocating to the north west

A growing number of Irish workers are choosing to relocate to the north west and, according to a survey released last week by recruitment agency Collins McNicholas, the main impetus is cost of living.

19th March, 2005

In a study of 50 candidates who moved to the north west through the agency, 96 per cent said they were very satisfied with the standard of living in their new location.

The survey questioned workers across a broad range of sectors, and evaluated their attitudes to key locations in the northwest, including Sligo, Leitrim and Donegal, based on criteria such as commuting time and salary conditions. Higher salaries are often cited as one of the primary...

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