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Justine McCosh
I think a degree or background in Finance is important. Work experience in the Finance Industry was useful for me to make the move between a banking role and moving to a Group Treasury role in a company, and most of my colleagues have also worked in Investment Banking prior to this.
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Rubecca graduated from TCD with a degree in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. She applied to Intel after leaving college through their online jobs applications system, and successfully secured a job as a Process Engineer. Now she works in the hi-tech clean rooms producing the computer chips used everyday across the globe.

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