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Enterprising people like situations that involve using resources for personal or corporate economic gain. Such people may have an opportunistic frame of mind, and like commerce, trade and making deals. Some are drawn to sales and marketing occupations. Many will eventually end up owning their own business, or managing a section in larger organisations. They tend to be very goal-oriented, and work best when focused on a target. Some have an entrepreneurial inclination.

Sector Categories - Science, Engineering & Construction

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Architecture, Construction & Property 

   Working in the planning, building, selling or management of construction projects (housing estates, roads, warehouses etc.).

Biological, Chemical & Pharmaceutical Science 

   Creating high quality drugs or chemicals, testing them to ensure they are effective and safe, and monitoring their effect on people and the environment.

Biomedical Technologies & Medtech 

   Work on the development of technology that enhances the diagnosis, prevention, monitoring, and treatment of diseases and disabilities.

Computers & ICT 

   Working in the manufacture, sales or support of all forms of computers and computer
systems, or in the creation and development of software.

Earth & Environment 

   Work with technologies which monitor and predict changes in our environment, the development of renewable energy sources, and the conservation of ecosystems.

Engineering & Manufacturing  

   Working in one of the many engineering or technology fields such as Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Manufacturing, Motor and Energy.

Physics, Mathematics & Space Science 

   Researching and investigating aspects of the physical universe, or using mathematics to solve complex issues in science or business.

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Kerrie Horan
Engineer - Process

Kerrie works as a Process Engineer for Intel in their Leixlip manufacturing facility. She choose to study Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at Trinity College, a course she highly recommends. After three and a half years working as a Mechanical Engineer, she took up her current position as Process Engineer.
Kerrie Horan, Engineer - Process

 

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