The construction industry is in the middle of an intense debate as to whether or not it is worthwhile to invest in the labour force.
Construction workers have been striking for over a year, demanding an increase in pay and conditions.
But it is not clear how much the construction industry needs to invest to support its workers.
According to a recent report, the sector employs around 3,000 people and has a potential to become one of the largest employers in the country.
A new report by the Institute for Economic Affairs, published on Tuesday, has looked at the labour market in the construction sector.
It found that, at present, the workforce in Ireland is around 7,500 people and the unemployment rate is 5.4 per cent.
However, this figure could be higher as many workers may be working less than they are actually required to.
The report also found that there are around 11,500 construction jobs available, with an unemployment rate of 4.9 per cent for those employed in the industry.
It is estimated that there could be around 12,000 construction jobs across the country at present.
It has been reported that there will be around 15,000 new jobs available in the sector by 2021.
The industry currently employs around 1,300 people, with around 70 per cent of these employed in jobs in the manufacturing and construction sectors.
There is also a significant number of skilled construction workers employed in other sectors.
These include the professional and scientific sector, as well as those employed by other construction companies.
Construction companies are looking for more skilled workers, and the industry has seen some turnover in recent years, with a large number of former employees coming back into the industry and working for other companies.
However there are still some structural issues that need to be addressed.
There are currently around 1.5 million construction jobs in Ireland.
This figure does not include the construction work done by local communities, or the construction of new homes.
The Institute for Employment Research estimates that around 80 per cent to 90 per cent is being done by companies that are privately owned and that are therefore exempt from the rules that apply to public sector employers.
In addition, many of the companies that work in the building industry have an interest in avoiding public regulation.
This is because of concerns that a lack of regulation could affect the competitiveness of the sector.
The main issue is that there is a lack in the government’s ability to manage the sector effectively, with some of the biggest construction companies operating outside of the Irish mainland.
This could mean that the industry could be closed down, and that local communities would lose their local jobs.
As the report notes, there are currently almost 10,000 jobs in construction across the world and around 100,000 workers in Ireland, meaning that there can be up to 2,000 local jobs lost.
These jobs could be filled by foreign workers.
The Irish Government’s recent measures are aimed at reducing the number of construction jobs.
However they do not seem to be effective at reducing unemployment in the Irish construction sector, which remains high.