OECD calls for more jobs for ‘disadvantaged’ Irish youths
The OECD has said more needs to be done to help young Irish people find jobs.
It has suggested the JobBridge scheme may need to concentrate more on disadvantaged groups as the Irish economy begins to recover.
However, in a review of the national jobs plan it added the Government is on track to achieve its promise of creating 100,000 new jobs by 2016 and to have 2.1m people in work by the year 2020.
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