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Ever wanted to take a career break to try your dream job? This Irish woman did


by Jennifer McShane
13th Aug 2021

Originally from Antrim, Aimee Johnston had been working for Penguin Random House Ireland before taking on a dream opportunity to relocate to the Maldives to sell books 

Have you ever wanted to work in a pop-up book shop? Specifically, have you ever wanted to work in a pop-up book store in a luxury resort, where you can feel the sand beneath your feet during the working day? This is what Aimée Johnston, who works in a busy publishing house in Dublin, decided she wanted to do. Taking this sort of career break is never the easiest of decisions but once she discovered...

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