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Median Hourly Rate: €15
"A carpenter must be able to build closets, counters, shelves, cabinets, doors, bulletin boards, window, wall panels and other related finish carpentry items."
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Median Salary: €25,907
"A legal secretary works to assist the attorneys and paralegals of the law firm and has a number of different responsibilities largely dependent on the daily needs of the firm."
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Median Salary: €32,769
"A staff nurse is a registered nurse employed in a health care facility such as a hospital or nursing home to work as a “floor nurse” providing direct care to the patients."
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Dublin City University (DCU)
€25,475 - €80,115
Institute of Technology - Dublin
€22,494 - €61,698
National University of Ireland
€20,334 - €60,248
€25,823 - €69,268
University College Cork of Ireland
€23,027 - €70,585
University College Dublin (UCD)
€24,112 - €84,476
University of Limerick
€24,520 - €74,003
€21,609 - €54,593
Bachelor of Engineering (BEng / BE), Mechanical Engineering (ME)
€25,408 - €67,816
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Computer Science (CS)
€29,049 - €76,361
Bachelor of Science (BS / BSc), Information Technology (IT)
€25,908 - €79,463
€23,405 - €67,625
€32,001 - €84,774
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
€27,000 - €109,773
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