Temporary employment returns to pre-crisis levels

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    Temporary and freelance jobs in Ireland returned to pre-crisis levels, according to a new report from the ERSI and the Commission in the employment relationship.
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Temporary and freelance jobs in Ireland returned to pre-crisis levels, according to a new report from the ERSI and the Commission in the employment relationship.

During the recession, temporary employment has increased to 10pc of total employment.

However, he fell back to pre-crisis level of 8pc to 9pc in 2016, according to the measure of temporary employment in Ireland study found.

Temporary work accounts for 80pc not a permanent job, and freelance work is balance.

While freelance employment increased slightly over time, it accounts for only 50 workers in employment in Ireland today.

Overall, contingent employment in Ireland remains below the EU average for the period.

The report also notes that unlike other European countries, temporary employment in Ireland is not concentrated among low-skilled jobs. Instead, it can be found in all professions, educational levels, and industries.

The spread of temporary employment is reflected in the difference in wages of permanent and temporary workers in Ireland, which stood at 21pc in 2014, according to the study.

In contrast, the average difference in wages of permanent and temporary workers in the EU 29pc. “The evidence in this report suggests that contingent employment is not growing in Ireland,” said Professor Seamus McGuinness from esri.

“Contrast the impact of temporary contracts on earnings and job satisfaction assumes that workers can enter into such relationships for different reasons”.

Meanwhile, the latest Morgan McKinley Ireland employment monitor found that the number of vacancies available in July increased by 1.74 PC across the country.

In General, the availability of professional jobs increased by 13pc in July compared with the same month a year ago.

This is the fifth consecutive month of growth in jobs and the largest number of jobs in more than 12 months.

“It was not the traditional seasonal downturn in terms of job creation and growth,” Trayc Keevans, Morgan McKinley Ireland, said.”There is still a very strong confidence in the market in July was a healthy month for ads”.

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