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Linguistic

The Linguistic's interests are usually focused on ideas and information exchange. They tend to like reading a lot, and enjoy discussion about what has been said. Some will want to write about their own ideas and may follow a path towards journalism, story writing or editing. Others will develop skills in other languages, perhaps finding work as a translator or interpreter. Most Linguistic types will enjoy the opportunity to teach or instruct people in a topic they are interested in.

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Research Scientist, Marine and Freshwater Research Centre
Posted by Marine Institute

Research Scientist, Marine and Freshwater Research Centre

Elizabeth Tray Research Scientist, Marine and Freshwater Research Centre (GMIT) and Marine Institute Research Scientist, Elizabeth Tray, is preserving past marine research through the project ‘Unlocking the Archive’. A partnership between GMIT’s Marine and Freshwater Research Centre and the Marine Institute, the project aims to create

Jewellery Designer
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Jewellery Designer

JEWELLERY: Gayle Anderson;  Appleby Jewellers Appleby Jewellers, Dublin, have dedicated more then sixty years to creating a worldwide reputation for excellence and creative jewellery design, offering renowned diamond expertise and the very best in quality and value. My average day varies depending on the requirements of the workshop at

Fashion Designer
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Fashion Designer

FASHION: TISSUE Design Studio TISSUE is a womens ready-to-wear label based in Dublin. Our clothing is designed and made in Ireland using high quality natural fabrics. TISSUE clothes are 100% ethically and sustainably produced. We work on very different schedules. Hannah is an early bird, in the studio

Furniture Maker
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Furniture Maker

Alan Meredith - Furniture Maker How did you become interested in your career? From a young age I had a desire to make things from all sorts of materials. Over the years wood became my material of choice. The disciplines of woodturning and furniture making traditionally use solid wood and so

Industrial Designer
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Industrial Designer

Leon Butler How did you become interested in your career? I’ve always been kind of stuck at a bridge between art and technology and wanted something that would encompass both. I loved drawing but I was also into building computers and so Industrial Design, which I studied as

Clay Artist
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Clay Artist

Sara Flynn How did you become interested in your career? I did a foundation course in Cork in 1988 with the intention of going on to study Painting. One of the materials we were able to experiment on the course was Clay - I loved it immediately and my direction changed

Glass Artist
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Glass Artist

GLASS: Scott Benefield; artist I've always seen my work as an extension of an historical narrative that is about the material. It exists in relation to the long history of glass objects and embraces the techniques and traditions that enliven that history. The feeling of connection to past practice

Fisheries Scientist
Posted by Marine Institute

Fisheries Scientist

Fisheries scientist at the Marine Institute, Jennifer Doyle has been surveying Nephrops norvegicus  stocks, commonly known as the Dublin Bay prawn, for almost 20 years. Growing up close to the River Boyne in Co Meath, Jennifer says she was always spending time outdoors and by the water. “I


Agriculture, Animals & Food

Cullen Fellow research on the carbon cycle at Burrishoole catchment
Posted by Marine Institute

Cullen Fellow research on the carbon cycle at Burrishoole catchment

Research Scientist, Marine and Freshwater Research Centre
Posted by Marine Institute

Research Scientist, Marine and Freshwater Research Centre

Fisheries Scientist
Posted by Marine Institute

Fisheries Scientist

Science, Engineering & Construction

What Can I do with a Degree in Engineering?
Posted by CareersPortal

What Can I do with a Degree in Engineering?

Why I became an engineer: Elaine Clarke of Jacobs
Posted by CareersPortal

Why I became an engineer: Elaine Clarke of Jacobs

Examining Medical Device Design
Posted by National College of Art and Design - NCAD

Examining Medical Device Design

Medical, Wellbeing & Sport

Public Health Nurse - Michael Power
Posted by Health Service Executive

Public Health Nurse - Michael Power

The use of STEM in Sport Science
Posted by Dublin City University

The use of STEM in Sport Science

Siobhan O'Connor - Researcher in Health Formatics
Posted by CareersPortal

Siobhan O'Connor - Researcher in Health Formatics

Creative Arts, Fashion & Media

Jewellery Designer
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Jewellery Designer

Fashion Designer
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Fashion Designer

Furniture Maker
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Furniture Maker

Government, Law & Education

A Career in Law
Posted by CareersPortal

A Career in Law

5 Tips for 6th Years to Get Ahead over the Christmas Holidays
Posted by CareersPortal

5 Tips for 6th Years to Get Ahead over the Christmas Holidays

6 Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language
Posted by CareersPortal

6 Benefits of Learning a Foreign Language

Accountancy, Finance & Insurance

Discover the Apprenticeship Route to an Accounting Technician’s Career
Posted by Accounting Technicians Ireland

Discover the Apprenticeship Route to an Accounting Technician’s Career

A day in the life of a Client Account Executive
Posted by Insurance

A day in the life of a Client Account Executive

What does a Claims Handler actually do?
Posted by CareersPortal

What does a Claims Handler actually do?