The life expectancy for the Irish man is 78. For a woman? 83

A REPORT MEASURING Ireland’s progress gives mixed reports about how we are getting on as a country, with the Central Statistics Office collecting data to show that while we are improving at some things, we are lagging behind in others.

The Measuring Ireland’s Progress Report 2012, gives a mixture of good news –  like Ireland being the only country in the EU to experience a decrease in inflation from 2008 to 2012 and then bad news – like Ireland being the fifth most expensive state in the EU in 2012.

Read more:

http://www.thejournal.ie/the-measuring-irelands-progress-report-2012-cso-1274863-Jan2014/

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