June 21, 2012
-- More Than 40,000 Irish people emigrated in the year to April, a sharp rise of 45 per cent on the previous 12 months. Latest migration figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) show the number of Irish nationals who left was up from 27,700 to 40,200. Overall emigration was up by 16.9 per cent to 76,400, with Irish nationals making up 53 per cent of that total. This was an increase of 11,100 on the previous 12 months to April 2010. More than twice as many men and women of all nationalities left in the year to April than did in the same period in 2006. A total of 37,800 women and 38,700 men emigrated in the survey period.
CEO of RK Corporation Limited Ramune Kuskyte knows only too well what its like to emigrate after leaving her own country 10 years ago to further her own career. This has proven to be a great move, with RK Corporation Limited now going from strength to strength. Ramune said “its hard to believe how much the economy can change in such a short space of time, however I do feel there is a lot still to be offered in Ireland.”
“RK Coropration Limited is working well, although Ireland is in a recession they feel some people make it seem worse than it actually is. If you work hard and have the correct attitude it is possible to be successful even in a recession.”
RK Corporation Limited is one of the leading marketing offices in Ireland. They focus on direct methods of face to face sales and marketing which includes business to business, events and promotions.