Minister Bruton Publishes Ambitious Jobs Plan

The Government has launched Enterprise 2025, a 10-year jobs and enterprise strategy aimed at ending the cycle of boom-bust and deliveringsustainable, enterprise-based jobs growth.

Enterprise Strategy

The strategy, which has been led by Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton TD, targets 2.18million people at work by 2020, the highest in the history of the State, which will entail an increase of 221,300 people at work based on most recent figures. Key targets included in the plan include:

  • achieving and retaining a top 3 competitiveness ranking
  • unemployment in each region being within one percent of the State average by 2020
  • a 60 percent increase in EI enterprises spending more than €1m on R&D and winning €3.6bn in R&D related FDI
  • delivering 2-2.5% productivity growth per annum in Irish companies
  • step-change in the export performance by Irish companies – 50% increase in exports by Irish companies by 2020
  • an additional 1080 inward investment projects
  • export sector to create 47% (105,000) of the new jobs to 2020 (including tourism). During the years of the construction boom, exporting companies accounted for only 19% of jobs. This export-driven strategy will help ensure that the jobs growth is sustainable

More information on this initiative can be found on the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation website

2.18million people at work targeted as Minister Bruton publishes plan to end boom-bust cycle

Strategy targets 221,300 additional jobs over next 5 years to bring total at work to highest in history of the State

The Government will today launch Enterprise 2025, the 10-year jobs and enterprise strategy aimed at ending the cycle of boom-bust and delivering sustainable, enterprise-based jobs growth.

The strategy, which has been led by Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton TD, targets 2.18million people at work by 2020, the highest in the history of the State, which will entail an increase of 221,300 people at work based on most recent figures. Key targets included in the plan include:

  • achieving and retaining a top 3 competitiveness ranking
  • unemployment in each region being within one percent of the State average by 2020
  • a 60 percent increase in EI enterprises spending more than €1m on R&D and winning €3.6bn in R&D related FDI

 

  • delivering 2-2.5% productivity growth per annum in Irish companies
  • step-change in the export performance by Irish companies – 50% increase in exports by Irish companies by 2020
  • an additional 1080 inward investment projects
  • export sector to create 47% (105,000) of the new jobs to 2020 (including tourism). During the years of the construction boom, exporting companies accounted for only 19% of jobs. This export-driven strategy will help ensure that the jobs growth is sustainable
- See more at: https://www.djei.ie/en/News-And-Events/Department-News/2015/November/12112015.html#sthash.sXCBoDGJ.dpuf

2.18million people at work targeted as Minister Bruton publishes plan to end boom-bust cycle

Strategy targets 221,300 additional jobs over next 5 years to bring total at work to highest in history of the State

The Government will today launch Enterprise 2025, the 10-year jobs and enterprise strategy aimed at ending the cycle of boom-bust and delivering sustainable, enterprise-based jobs growth.

The strategy, which has been led by Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton TD, targets 2.18million people at work by 2020, the highest in the history of the State, which will entail an increase of 221,300 people at work based on most recent figures. Key targets included in the plan include:

  • achieving and retaining a top 3 competitiveness ranking
  • unemployment in each region being within one percent of the State average by 2020
  • a 60 percent increase in EI enterprises spending more than €1m on R&D and winning €3.6bn in R&D related FDI

 

  • delivering 2-2.5% productivity growth per annum in Irish companies
  • step-change in the export performance by Irish companies – 50% increase in exports by Irish companies by 2020
  • an additional 1080 inward investment projects
  • export sector to create 47% (105,000) of the new jobs to 2020 (including tourism). During the years of the construction boom, exporting companies accounted for only 19% of jobs. This export-driven strategy will help ensure that the jobs growth is sustainable
- See more at: https://www.djei.ie/en/News-And-Events/Department-News/2015/November/12112015.html#sthash.sXCBoDGJ.dpuf2.18million people at work targeted as Minister Bruton publishes plan to end boom-bust cycle

12th November 2015

Strategy targets 221,300 additional jobs over next 5 years to bring total at work to highest in history of the State

The Government will today launch Enterprise 2025, the 10-year jobs and enterprise strategy aimed at ending the cycle of boom-bust and delivering sustainable, enterprise-based jobs growth.

The strategy, which has been led by Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton TD, targets 2.18million people at work by 2020, the highest in the history of the State, which will entail an increase of 221,300 people at work based on most recent figures. Key targets included in the plan include:

    achieving and retaining a top 3 competitiveness ranking
    unemployment in each region being within one percent of the State average by 2020
    a 60 percent increase in EI enterprises spending more than €1m on R&D and winning €3.6bn in R&D related FDI

 

    delivering 2-2.5% productivity growth per annum in Irish companies
    step-change in the export performance by Irish companies – 50% increase in exports by Irish companies by 2020
    an additional 1080 inward investment projects
    export sector to create 47% (105,000) of the new jobs to 2020 (including tourism). During the years of the construction boom, exporting companies accounted for only 19% of jobs. This export-driven strategy will help ensure that the jobs growth is sustainable

- See more at: https://www.djei.ie/en/News-And-Events/Department-News/2015/November/12112015.html#sthash.sXCBoDGJ.dpuf
 

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