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Reskill graduates, urges IMI CEO

The chief executive of the Irish Management Institute believes we need to retrain our unemployed graduates to make them more employable

29th September, 2011

Ireland's jobless queues include 100,000 people between 14 and 34, of whom 14,000 are graduates, Tom McCarthy, chief executive of the Irish Management Institute observes in an interview with the Irish Independent.

Overall, his research has shown that there are 40,000 unemployed graduates out there.

McCarthy believes these people could have a key role to play in the economy.

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