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Facebook project to help retain Millennials

Shalee Facebook ry-hoi cooney dy chummal sleih eddyr feed as hoght bleeaney as feed dy eash

Ta eabbaghyn er nyn mooadaghey dy chummal sleih eddyr feed as hoght bleeaney as feed dy eash ayns yn Ellan.

Hoilshee yn coontey-pobble jerrinagh dy vel yn earroo dy chummaltee Vannin er gholl sheese liorish 1.4% - lesh doilleeid er-lheh dy chummal adsyn eddyr feed as hoght bleeaney as feed dy eash.

Shoh cooish ta'n Rheynn Ynsee as Paitçhyn prowal cur e laue gys.

Ta'n Ard-Shecktyr Ronald Barr gra dy lhisagh shalee noa toiggaltys y chur er aghtyn dy yannoo yn Ellan smoo tayrnagh da sleih aegey. 

 

Facebook project to help retain Millennials

Efforts are being stepped up to encourage more people in their 20s to the Island.

The latest census showed a 1.4% decline in the population - with a particular problem retaining those aged 20 to 29.

It's something the Department of Education and Children is trying to address.

Chief Executive Ronald Barr says a new project should give them an insight into how to make the Island a more attractive place for Millennials.

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