Census 2022 Profile 8: The Irish Language and Education – Meath

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The Central Statistics Office has published Census 2022 Profile 8: The Irish Language and Education https://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublications/ep/p-cpp8/census2022profile8-theirishlanguageandeducation/

Profile 8 looks at two distinct aspects of the Census 2022 results, the Irish language and the education of the population in detail. The report includes details on how many of us speak Irish, how often we do so, and to what level it is spoken. The topic of Education provides insights into the levels of qualifications achieved in the population, the age full-time education is ceased, early school leavers by age and sex, as well as the relationships between level of education and employment and economic status.

This profile shows that almost 62,600 people in Meath had a third level qualification according to Census 2022 results.

The press statement for Meath is available here – https://www.cso.ie/en/csolatestnews/pressreleases/2023pressreleases/pressstatementcensus2022resultsprofile8-theirishlanguageandeducationmeath/

The national press statement is available here – https://www.cso.ie/en/csolatestnews/pressreleases/2023pressreleases/pressstatementcensus2022resultsprofile8-theirishlanguageandeducation/

Press statements for the other counties are available here – https://www.cso.ie/en/census/census2022/census2022profile8countypressstatements/

The Census 2022 Small Area Population Statistics (SAPS) are also available and include Census 2022 results, across all 15 themes, for a range of geographies including town, local electoral area, electoral divisions, counties and provinces.

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