Advertising is all around us and part of our daily lives. This is a thriving sector with multiple different jobs and roles available.
Marketing involves research and planning to determine what consumers want and how best to sell it to them.
Public Relations involves presenting your client in a good light, controlling negative news and promting them online and through traditional media.
Our farms make up a major source of economic activity and are the focus of rural life. There are two primary types of farming in Ireland, tillage farming and dairy farming.
As a horticulturist you may work with the growing of food such as fruits, berries, nuts and vegetables, decorative features such as flowers and shrubs or practical features such as sporting grounds.
Horticulturalists and forestry workers tend to complex woodland ecosystems. Hauliers, log buyers, and sawmill workers keep the timber supply chain moving.
Visual artists produce anything that is pleasing to the eye, including drawings, paintings, sculpture, architecture, photography, prints and film. A talent and flair for business is essential, as you will most likely be self-employed.
The Craft Industry often goes hand-in-hand with the tourism industry. Many craft businesses are small and based in rural areas. The job therefore demands a broad range of skills from employees such as sales, marketing and management.
Design is a plan or a blueprint for a visual work or product, but can also include a full concept of how something will function and what purpose it will serve. Career areas include fashion, automobile manufacturing or video games to name but a few.
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