CSO report puts Dublin top of the income rankings

CSO report puts Dublin top of the income rankings

Dubliners have the highest disposable income per person in the state, according to the Central Statistics Office.

They also have the highest rate of employment and the lowest jobless rate.

A report, Regional Quality of Life, shows the counties with the lowest spend per person are Donegal, Offaly and Monaghan.

The report also shows Mayo has the fewest drivers with penalty points while Kildare has the highest.

Workers in the Mid-East region have the longest travel time to work compared to the shortest journey times in the South-West.

County Roscommon boasts the smallest class sizes in primary schools in the state.

The highest rate of car ownership is in North Tipperary while the lowest is Limerick city.


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