Temporary employment back to pre-crisis levels, says ESRI

Temporary employment back to pre-crisis levels, says ESRI
Contingent employment in Ireland is below EU average, study finds. Pic: Getty

The think-tank's research shows, however, that there is little evidence that temporary work is a stepping stone to a permanent job

Research carried out by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has found that non-permanent employment in Ireland is not an increasing phenomenon and has actually fallen back to pre-recession levels.

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