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Creative people are drawn to careers and activities that enable them to take responsibility for the design, layout or sensory impact of something (visual, auditory etc). They may be atrracted to the traditional artistic pursuits such as painting, sculpture, singing, or music. Or they may show more interest in design activities, such as architecture, animation, or craft areas, such as pottery and ceramics.

Creative people use their personal understanding of people and the world they live in to guide their work. Creative people like to work in unstructured workplaces, enjoy taking risks and prefer a minimum of routine.

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European Commission - Fergal Donnelly
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European Commission - Fergal Donnelly

Fergal Donnelly has worked in the European Comission for the last 20 years. He trained as a medical doctor and wanted to pursue a career

Chef - Fiona Uyema
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Chef - Fiona Uyema

Fiona Uyema is a TV cook, author and founder of a Japanese food company. Fiona has spent time living and working in Japan, being able

Dancer - Megan McEvoy
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Dancer - Megan McEvoy

Megan McEvoy works as a professional dancer. She has worked and studied in Spain where she learned the language, it then helped her communicate in

Beauty Therapist - Kate Walsh
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Beauty Therapist - Kate Walsh

Katie Walsh works as a spa manager on cruise ships. Katie lived in France for a year at the age of sixteen where she became

Department of Foreign Affairs - Shane Sargeant
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Department of Foreign Affairs - Shane Sargeant

Shane is originally from Dublin but is now working in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in the European Union in Brussels. Shane studied

Solicitor  - Niamh Cacciato
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Solicitor - Niamh Cacciato

Niamh Cacciato is a solicitor in William Fry working in the corporate restructuring and solvency department. Niamh studied French and Italian at third level and

Lecturer - Dr. Patrick Cadwell
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Lecturer - Dr. Patrick Cadwell

Dr. Patrick Cadwell is an assistant professor of translation studies in DCU teaching people how to translate from Japanese to English

Opera Singer - Sharon Carty
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Opera Singer - Sharon Carty

Sharon Carty is a professional opera singer. Sharon studied teaching and performance in the Royal Irish Academy of Music before moving to Vienna to study

SAP - Laura Glendon
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SAP - Laura Glendon

Laura studied German and Commerce in NUIG and is based in SAP's Galway office. Her role is to support the partners using the SAP

Rugby Player - Ian McKinley
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Rugby Player - Ian McKinley

Ian McKinley is a professional rugby player working as coach in Italy.  Communicating through Italian is essential for his work as a coach and

Transport Infrastructure Ireland - Ciaran MacSamhrain
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Transport Infrastructure Ireland - Ciaran MacSamhrain

Ciaran MacSamhrain works as an engineer for Transport Infrastructure Ireland. French has been hugely beneficial in Ciaran's career as he worked in France where

Embassy of Japan in Ireland - Edel Carleton
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Embassy of Japan in Ireland - Edel Carleton

Edel Carleton is JET Coordinator for the Embassy of Japan in Ireland. After spending time in Japan working as an assistant language teacher, she now