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Thursday 8 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Irish Emigration

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# Irish Emigration
'My people came from a place Trump would call a s***hole country - Ireland'
The UN has called Trump’s comment, made while discussing immigration with congressmen and senators, “racist”.
# Emigration
This map shows where all the Irish emigrants went
One in six people born in Ireland are still living abroad.
# Irish Emigration
10,000 Canadian visas expected to be snapped up by the Irish
Canada is upping it’s allocation of visas to Ireland by almost 4,000 after last years success.
# I wanna go home
The 7 things you'd miss most when you're away for Christmas
How much would it cost to ship over Mammy’s dinner? Just wondering.
Column: Watching my daughter emigrate will break my heart
With no employment opportunities, Mary McCarthy knows the right thing for her young daughter to do is emigrate – but it won’t be easy.
Column: I’m running for the Polish elections… from Ireland
Dublin-dweller Sebastian Widel is hoping Ireland’s Polish community will elect him to parliament in Warsaw. Here he explains why all emigrants should be able to vote…
# Emigration
Western Australia Jobs Minister on the hunt for Irish workers
Skilled workers are being invited to a seminar on Thursday in Dublin, with the WA Jobs Minister saying that they’ll take people back on the plane with them if possible.
# Unemployment
Emigration draining GAA clubs of players
Gaelic games are thriving abroad as young men and women depart Ireland in search of work.
# Emigration
Visa company sees 60 per cent hike in young Irish wanting to go to Oz
Large numbers of electricians, engineers, nurses and physios “have lost hope” in employment here.
# Students
Students to highlight Irish brain drain
USI say graduates are forced to leave Ireland.