A teaching union is going to push for teachers to be given an allowance if they work in cities or urban areas.
They're looking for something similar to the London allowance, where a teacher is given up to 10 thousand euro extra, based on where they live.
The Irish National Teachers Organisation has passed a motion at their annual conference to negotiate for a deal.
Labour's Education spokesperson Aodhan O'Riordain says it makes sense:
"Well, the minister has to be brave.
"We have two options: to maintain things as they are, and therefore see a city like Dublin being starved of key public servants that we need, such as nurses, such as guards, and such as teachers and SNAs.
"Or we recognise that the cost of living in Dublin is much higher."
Last week, Education Minister Norma Foley told the Last Word on Today FM that it's not on the table.