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Median Hourly Rate: €18
"Electricians work for a wide variety of companies, perform a multitude of tasks that generally require close attention to detail and good judgment, and have a journeyman electrician's license."
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Health Care Assistant
Median Hourly Rate: €11
"Health care assistants are responsible for many tasks, including feeding, dressing, and washing patients, taking patients' vital signs, bed making, maintaining clinical stock items, and other methods of assisting patients."
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Median Salary: €25,311
"An office administrator carries out various functions within an office environment to make sure that the administrative duties required by a company are carried out smoothly."
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Dublin City University (DCU)
€25,432 - €79,092
Institute of Technology - Dublin
€25,532 - €79,463
€18,606 - €92,376
University College Cork of Ireland
€24,000 - €70,028
University College Dublin (UCD)
€26,481 - €76,836
University College, Galway
€19,515 - €95,316
University of Limerick
€25,209 - €65,906
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
€22,219 - €61,181
Bachelor of Business Studies (BBS)
€22,945 - €66,139
€23,987 - €65,119
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
€31,119 - €77,751
Master of Arts (MA)
€24,508 - €57,362
Master of Computer Science (MCS)
€31,068 - €73,297
Master of Science (MS)
€25,056 - €71,057
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