If you want to meet other single professionals, dating with us is the way to go. The amount of singles in Ireland is on the up - rising by nearly half a million between the 1996 and the 2011 Censuses.
At the same time, Irish men and women are staying single for longer: it is estimated that 20% of women and 25% of men aged between 40 and 49 have never settled down.
One reason for this could be that many Irish singles prioritise their careers over finding love, with many finding that the high-flying corporate lifestyle leaves little free time for dating and romance.
Indeed, the average full- time work week in Ireland is 40 hours, but it seems that, in the corporate world, this doesn't always apply.
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The priest also published a message in the Armagh parish bulletin at the end of March confirming he was on extended leave and asking to be kept in parishioners' prayers.