UNEMPLOYMENT LEVEL FALLS TO LOWEST LEVEL IN 9 YEARS

The unemployment rate fell slightly again last month – and now stands at its lowest for nearly nine years.

There were almost 134-thousand people out of work in April according to the CSO, compared to over 140-thousand in March.

That means that only 6-point-2 percent of the working public doesn’t have a job at the moment.

Those most likely to be unemployed are now men aged between 15 and 24.

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