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Irish Region

GDA Population

Population 1.8m people 40% of the country's population, since 1946 population has doubled, inward migration from other parts of Ireland. eg the west
Most growth 1960 onwards, increased employment in the region, most of the population in the city center
Population distribution changed as inner residental areas replaced by newer urban housingon the urban fringes of the city eg. Ballymun
Forced to sprawl westward, Irish Sea and Dublin mountains, large urbanised commuter towns eg Tallaght
Inward Migration Due to its higher levels of employment and better educational opportunities attracted migrants from other parts of the country
33% of the GDA's pop burn outside the region. Nursing, teaching., civil service attract young workers
IFSC has attracted workers to the private sector where wages are 10% higher than in other regions of the country
Multicultural city, foreign nationals make up 8% of the regions population, wide range of cultures, languages relilgions and foods
religious buildings eg Mosque in Clonskeagh, low levels of assimilation, language barriers many foreign nationals gain employment in areas prone to job losses
150'00 foreign nationals in the city returning to their native countries during the recession
Created by: Megan k