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This was the highest number of births recorded since 1896 when there were 75,332 births registered in the 26 counties. • There were 28,192 deaths registered in 2008, 14,413 males and 13,779 females. 4. • There were 22,243 marriages registered in 2008. • • The number of divorces granted by the Circuit Court and the High Court in 2008 was 3,630. The most popular babies’ names in 2008 were Jack and Ava.

This is an approximate measure of how much of the income can be attributed to each member of the household. This equivalised income is then applied to each member of the household. At risk of poverty rate This is the share of persons with an equivalised income below a given percentage (usually 60%) of the national median income. The rate is calculated by ranking persons by their equivalised income from smallest to largest and the median or middle value is extracted. Anyone with an equivalised income of less than 60% of the median is considered at risk of poverty at a 60% level.

The ILO classification distinguishes the following main subgroups of the population aged 15 or over: In Employment: Persons who worked in the week before the survey for one hour or more for payment or profit, including work on the family farm or business and all persons who had a job but were not at work because of illness, holidays etc in the week. Unemployed: Persons who, in the week before the survey, were without work and available for work and had taken specific steps, in the preceding four weeks, to find work.

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