Protestant Work Ethic Has Set A Shining Example...

between the bridges

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The unemployment rate for Catholics has more than halved over the past 25 years, according to a new study.

Figures published in the Labour Force Religion Report by Stormont's Executive Office showed a remarkable transformation from a quarter of a century ago, when the unemployment rate in the Catholic community was more than twice as high.

In 1992 the unemployment rate was 9% for Protestants and 18% for Catholics.

According to the figures for 2016, these rates have dropped to 5% and 7% respectively.

In 1992 69% of working-age Protestants and 54% of working-age Catholics were employed. This has since changed to 71% and 68%.


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/number-of-catholics-out-of-work-down-by-over-50-in-25-years-36553876.html

So much for the 'NI isn't working' brigade, and credit were its due to the CNR community for following the example set by their neighbours...
 


hollandia

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What's the "seasonal adjustment" on those figures Bridgey...
 

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The unemployment rate for Catholics has more than halved over the past 25 years, according to a new study.

Figures published in the Labour Force Religion Report by Stormont's Executive Office showed a remarkable transformation from a quarter of a century ago, when the unemployment rate in the Catholic community was more than twice as high.

In 1992 the unemployment rate was 9% for Protestants and 18% for Catholics.

According to the figures for 2016, these rates have dropped to 5% and 7% respectively.

In 1992 69% of working-age Protestants and 54% of working-age Catholics were employed. This has since changed to 71% and 68%.


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/number-of-catholics-out-of-work-down-by-over-50-in-25-years-36553876.html

So much for the 'NI isn't working' brigade, and credit were its due to the CNR community for following the example set by their neighbours...
lmao .... Tell the truth bwigey, you crackpots are just p1ssed off at this because this is one less way you eejits have to ensure NI is kept a protestant state for a protestant people & in the manufactured union .... Unionism used to use "planned" Catholic/Nationalist unemployed as a means of reducing the nationalist population through forced emigration...



Thanks for posting this btw .. good to see its all going along swimmingly ..... Tis just another step along the road to the ultimate goal of a UI :cool:
 

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The unemployment rate for Catholics has more than halved over the past 25 years, according to a new study.

Figures published in the Labour Force Religion Report by Stormont's Executive Office showed a remarkable transformation from a quarter of a century ago, when the unemployment rate in the Catholic community was more than twice as high.

In 1992 the unemployment rate was 9% for Protestants and 18% for Catholics.

According to the figures for 2016, these rates have dropped to 5% and 7% respectively.

In 1992 69% of working-age Protestants and 54% of working-age Catholics were employed. This has since changed to 71% and 68%.


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/number-of-catholics-out-of-work-down-by-over-50-in-25-years-36553876.html

So much for the 'NI isn't working' brigade, and credit were its due to the CNR community for following the example set by their neighbours...
Nothing to do with the tightening up of Broo regulations ... It also helps that a certain organisation has stopped attacking places of employment or businessmen wanting to provide jobs in nationalist areas.
 

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Nothing to do with the tightening up of Broo regulations ... It also helps that a certain organisation has stopped attacking places of employment or businessmen wanting to provide jobs in nationalist areas.
Rubbish ......See post #3 .. all will become clear !!
 

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Nothing to do with the tightening up of Broo regulations ... It also helps that a certain organisation has stopped attacking places of employment or businessmen wanting to provide jobs in nationalist areas.
Yes. The RUC have gone away. :)
 

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The unemployment rate for Catholics has more than halved over the past 25 years, according to a new study.

Figures published in the Labour Force Religion Report by Stormont's Executive Office showed a remarkable transformation from a quarter of a century ago, when the unemployment rate in the Catholic community was more than twice as high.

In 1992 the unemployment rate was 9% for Protestants and 18% for Catholics.

According to the figures for 2016, these rates have dropped to 5% and 7% respectively.

In 1992 69% of working-age Protestants and 54% of working-age Catholics were employed. This has since changed to 71% and 68%.


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/number-of-catholics-out-of-work-down-by-over-50-in-25-years-36553876.html

So much for the 'NI isn't working' brigade, and credit were its due to the CNR community for following the example set by their neighbours...
Legislation had to be introduced to combat discrimination against Catholics. Unionists opposed it.
Some work ethic, eh?
 

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Drips with sectarianism.
 

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Anywho Moi posts a good news story and congratulated the entire CNR community and what does moi get in return? Moppery! Moi is shacked...
 

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Anywho Moi posts a good news story and congratulated the entire CNR community and what does moi get in return? Moppery! Moi is shacked...
Good news,? The law had to be changed to stop discrimination against Catholic in employment.
Unionists opposed it
 

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Anywho Moi posts a good news story and congratulated the entire CNR community and what does moi get in return? Moppery! Moi is shacked...

Ah but its not good news for you though is it Bwigey ....


lmao .... Tell the truth bwigey, you crackpots are just p1ssed off at this because this is one less way you eejits have to ensure NI is kept a protestant state for a protestant people & in the manufactured union .... Unionism used to use "planned" Catholic/Nationalist unemployed as a means of reducing the nationalist population through forced emigration...



Thanks for posting this btw .. good to see its all going along swimmingly ..... Tis just another step along the road to the ultimate goal of a UI :cool:


Its just hastening the NI closing down sale .. :lol:
 

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The unemployment rate for Catholics has more than halved over the past 25 years, according to a new study.

Figures published in the Labour Force Religion Report by Stormont's Executive Office showed a remarkable transformation from a quarter of a century ago, when the unemployment rate in the Catholic community was more than twice as high.

In 1992 the unemployment rate was 9% for Protestants and 18% for Catholics.

According to the figures for 2016, these rates have dropped to 5% and 7% respectively.

In 1992 69% of working-age Protestants and 54% of working-age Catholics were employed. This has since changed to 71% and 68%.


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/number-of-catholics-out-of-work-down-by-over-50-in-25-years-36553876.html

So much for the 'NI isn't working' brigade, and credit were its due to the CNR community for following the example set by their neighbours...
The previously ineffective Fair Employment Law of 1976 was upgraded in 1989. This is the result.

If only it had been introduced in 1969 when the then Home Secretary, Jim Callaghan dismissed suggestions that job discrimination in Northern Ireland should be out-lawed by saying that it could not be done - even though there was already legislation on the Mainland to protect Black immigrants from job discrimination.
 

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Education, education, education............................

https://www.newsletter.co.uk/news/education/about-50-per-cent-more-catholics-than-protestants-enter-higher-education-1-7167390
https://www.irishnews.com/news/2017/09/07/news/catholics-place-greater-value-on-education-report-finds-1129959/

Now Cruimh and Between The Bridges, take yourselves off and get some. :)

Oh, and read up on the battle to implement the McBride Principles during the Modern History class while you're at it.
John Cushnahan, the ex-leader of the Alliance Party was hired by the UK government to combat American support for the McBride Principles. He was later welcomed with open arms by the Fine Gael party. Eire society is harbouring a man who played a leading role in prolonging the employment oppression of Northern Ireland Catholics. The people of Munster elected him to represent them in the European Parliament. The people of Munster are the most guilty section of the guilty Eire race.
 

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The unemployment rate for Catholics has more than halved over the past 25 years, according to a new study.

Figures published in the Labour Force Religion Report by Stormont's Executive Office showed a remarkable transformation from a quarter of a century ago, when the unemployment rate in the Catholic community was more than twice as high.

In 1992 the unemployment rate was 9% for Protestants and 18% for Catholics.

According to the figures for 2016, these rates have dropped to 5% and 7% respectively.

In 1992 69% of working-age Protestants and 54% of working-age Catholics were employed. This has since changed to 71% and 68%.


https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/number-of-catholics-out-of-work-down-by-over-50-in-25-years-36553876.html

So much for the 'NI isn't working' brigade, and credit were its due to the CNR community for following the example set by their neighbours...
Another one to add to the ever lengthening iist of achievements brought about by the IRA.
 

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Com on bwigey .. I know ye wanna reply ... "you can do it" :lol:

Tell the truth now bwigey, you crackpots are just p1ssed off at this because this is one less way you eejits have to ensure NI is kept a protestant state for a protestant people & in the manufactured union .... Unionism used to use "planned" Catholic/Nationalist unemployed as a means of reducing the nationalist population through forced emigration...

aint that the truth ?


or have you fell out with me :cry: ...



Say it aint so bwigey, say it aint sooooo :lol: lmfao
 

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Citizens that are generally happy with their lot in life are content with the status quo. This of course, was/is one of the main planks of British policy in response to the Northern problem. Better housing, public facilities, education and work - all keeps citizens happy.
 


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