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Unemployed must upload their CVs to government website

From next year, unemployed people will have to upload their CVs to a government website in order to retain their social welfare payment.

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
2nd November, 2014

From next year, unemployed people will have to upload their CVs to a government website in order to retain their social welfare payment.

The government is revamping the website of Solas, formerly Fás, so that employers will be able to search the site for people on the live register with the skills that they need.

The new requirement is part of the government’s strategy to improve people’s chances of returning to work. It...

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