Get Up To Dublin And Get A Job



A study by ‘boffins’ J.D Wood, J. Dykes and A. Slingsby plots internal migration over our little green, rain-sodden plot.

They say:

“We study internal migration in Ireland, an aspect of migration that is little-studied. OD Maps have enabled us to characterise aspects of spatial patterns in county to county migration more effectively than with other techniques. We found that internal migration is relatively local, but relatively national for Dublin. Although migration increased between 1851 and 1911, there was a decrease in more local migration. This work explores the origins of trends that would continue for over a century and had a profound effect on the population geography of the island.”


City University London