# recession - Monday 25 June, 2012
It’s good news for mortgage-holders, according to IBEC – but anyone without a mortgage will see less money in their pocket this year.
# recession - Saturday 23 June, 2012
From Business ETC
You’ve done the interview but you miss out on the job. Should you consider writing a thank you letter to leave behind a good impression in case a future opportunity arises? Liam Horan reports.
Mark Boyle, an Irishman in Japan, says his home country and his adopted one have polar attitudes to government – and neither have been served well by their approach…
# recession - Monday 18 June, 2012
The quarterly bank survey has prompted an angry response from the SME sector.
# recession - Saturday 16 June, 2012
The ratings agency also says that the Irish economy will only grow by 0.2 per cent in 2012.
# recession - Wednesday 13 June, 2012
World Bank warns that African economies may face a more difficult future as the Chinese economy begins to slow.
# recession - Tuesday 12 June, 2012
15 per cent of people without children and 44 per cent of people with children would be better off not working given the high costs involved.
# recession - Monday 11 June, 2012
But people’s expectations about jobs and household finances have improved slightly.
# recession - Sunday 10 June, 2012
There were 552 suicides recorded in 2009, an increase of 9 per cent on the previous year. One study found a high number of people who had taken their own lives had been unemployed.
Nine things to know this morning…
And what’s being done to prevent it?
# recession - Tuesday 5 June, 2012
The unemployment rate among non-Irish nationals is now significantly higher than for those born here.
During the boom it was cheaper for businesses to buy property than to rent it – but that’s causing huge problems now, writes Peter Faulkner.
# recession - Saturday 2 June, 2012
New art exhibition explores Ireland’s economic collapse and its shaky future in the euro…
# recession - Wednesday 30 May, 2012
Campaigning on the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ side shut down at 2pm today. As you get your voting card ready for tomorrow’s poll, TheJournal.ie pushes aside the political point-scoring…
The ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ campaigns are going to be battling to get their messages across in the last hours before referendum vote. But have either of them managed to get you to switch sides?
Penny sweets, magazines and 99s – is the magical stuff of the corner shop a thing of the past?
Spain looking at issuing promissory notes to prop up its largest bank to the tune of €19bn. Don’t do it, says the Financial Times – just look at Ireland…
# recession - Tuesday 29 May, 2012
The jobs will be analysing global buying behaviour and will be created between now and the end of 2013.
# recession - Sunday 27 May, 2012
Dil Wickremasinghe recalls how she arrived in Ireland 12 years ago, then worked her way up to find success. (And true love.)
# recession - Saturday 26 May, 2012
Six weeks ago, Ben Peat thought his 70-year-old family electronics business was going under – but public support helped save his company from becoming another footnote in the story of the recession.
Jerry Greenfield – one half of Ben and Jerry’s ice-cream empire – says sustainable businesses that give back to communities are important.
# recession - Friday 25 May, 2012
1 in 10 mortgage holders are at least three months behind with repayments according to the new figures.
Around one quarter of people who ask for help are looking for food.
# recession - Thursday 17 May, 2012
Volunteering has increased dramatically in the recession. Anna Lee describes how anybody can be a volunteer – and it might even do you good.
# recession - Wednesday 16 May, 2012
Poignant scene at Letterkenny factory in Donegal where 15 people have lost their jobs as production of traditional Irish sweets move to UK.
# recession - Tuesday 15 May, 2012
Businessman George Mordaunt has some practical tips for dealing with their banks in times of financial stress.
# recession - Sunday 13 May, 2012
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
# recession - Thursday 10 May, 2012
Plus, a restructure, results and a resignation.
# recession - Monday 7 May, 2012
The country faces political instability after voters angry at crippling income cuts punished mainstream politicians by withdrawing support – but gave no one party enough votes to govern alone.
# recession - Saturday 5 May, 2012
The Purchasing Managers Index watches the performance of services and manufacturing – and shows the eurozone and the US are still deep in recession…
# recession - Thursday 3 May, 2012
A new poll has shown that the majority of people believe Ireland should be proud of its reputation as an international donor.
# recession - Wednesday 2 May, 2012
The first major debate between the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ camps was televised last night – so where do you stand as of this morning?
# recession - Tuesday 1 May, 2012
Join TheJournal.ie as we track the hits and misses of the first major televised debate between the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ camps in the Fiscal Compact referendum.
# recession - Monday 30 April, 2012
The International Labour Organization also warns that austerity could lead to another recession.
# recession - Saturday 28 April, 2012
After 78 years in business, the electronics store closed its 11 branches earlier this month – but today it reopened its Parnell Street branch.
# recession - Friday 27 April, 2012
Could it be you or have you given up on the dream?
Almost one quarter of the workforce is unemployed, according to the latest figures out today.
# recession - Wednesday 25 April, 2012
Suicidology organisation’s president and TD does concede that high rate of suicide among unemployed linked to those with psychiatric illness being less likely to have a job.