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Investigative

The Investigative person will usually find a particular area of science to be of interest. They are inclined toward intellectual and analytical activities and enjoy observation and theory. They may prefer thought to action, and enjoy the challenge of solving problems with clever technology. They will often follow the latest developments in their chosen field, and prefer mentally stimulating environments.

Careers

Furniture Maker - Design & Crafts Council of Ireland
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Furniture Maker

Glass Maker - Design & Crafts Council of Ireland
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Glass Maker

Marketing Executive - Public Appointments Service
Posted by Public Appointments Service

Marketing Executive

Entrepeneur  - Languages Connect
Posted by Languages Connect

Entrepeneur

Career Opportunities in the Land Based Sector - Teagasc
Posted by Teagasc

Career Opportunities in the Land Based Sector

National Maritime College - Marine Institute
Posted by Marine Institute

National Maritime College

Process Engineering Lecturer - Smart Futures
Posted by Smart Futures

Process Engineering Lecturer

Ceramics Designer - Design & Crafts Council of Ireland
Posted by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland

Ceramics Designer

College Courses

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Computing with Games Design & Development LC418
Published by Limerick Institute of Technology - LIT

Computing with Games Design & Development LC418

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Construction Management CR572
Published by Cork Institute of Technology

Construction Management CR572

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Sports Coaching and Business Management (Soccer); Sports Management and Coaching
Published by Institute of Technology Carlow

Sports Coaching and Business Management (Soccer); Sports Management and Coaching

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Mechatronics SG334
Published by Institute of Technology Sligo

Mechatronics SG334

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Biomedical Engineering CR075
Published by Cork Institute of Technology

Biomedical Engineering CR075

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Equine Science LM093
Published by University of Limerick

Equine Science LM093