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# qualifications

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6 facts about AI that will actually blow your mind
Artificial intelligence? Let’s just say robot butlers are closer than you think.
QUIZ: How Good Are Your People Skills, Really? 
Let’s find out.
# sponsored by nci
QUIZ: How Creative Are You?
Kanye? Picasso? You?
Opinion: There's a good reason for the private-public sector pay gap
Pay rates differ depending on the job you do, the skills you have, the responsibility you hold… the list goes on.
# fail better
The Oscar nomination letter that shows you should never worry about failure
Fail your college course? Don’t let that stop you.
# New Rules
Thirty teachers risk being struck off the payroll for failing to register
Teachers must be registered with the Teaching Council in order to be paid a salary by the State.
# howdy pilgrim
Ever wanted to be the sheriff of the mean streets of Dublin?
If you’ve ever dreamed about imposing law and order on a tough town, this could be the job for you. Possibly.
Column: What do you really know about emigrating?
Emigration from Ireland is once again a reality for many young people and their families – but how much do young people facing the prospect really know about the country they are emigrating to before they leave Ireland, asks Marie-Claire McAleer.
# Winehouse
New Amy Winehouse inquest to be held next month
An investigation revealed the coroner in the inquest did not have the requisite experience for the role.
# qualifications
Around half of staff in Dept of Finance have no financial qualifications
Staff in the Department of Finance hold 422 qualifications between them – over half of which don’t relate to finance.
Column: I’ve been waiting three years on my citizenship application
Lutfullah Shafaq, 23, has a degree, has never claimed benefits, and wants to work as an Irish taxpayer. So why is the Government restricting his movements?
# Gender
CSO: Women are more highly qualified than men - but still earn less
The Central Statistics Office has released a major new study into men and women in Ireland.
# Emigration
Agency reports surge in Australian visa applications before rules change
A visa support services company says the number of Irish people applying for permanent residency visas is still rising.
# Schools
"Unqualified" maths teachers to receive training
A new survey has shown that out of 2,045 maths teachers in Irish secondary schools, 49 were not qualified to teach the subject and 596 have just some studies done in the subject.