In the not-so-recent past, creative professional job hopping was considered a negative from an employers’ standpoint. Today, it appears there’s more forgiveness. The creative market has evolved with the times.
From web designers to social media specialists, creative professionals looking for new challenges and design jobs have plenty of options.
Here’s a roundup of the “best of the worst” client responses and some tips on how to deal with difficult clients while preserving your sanity.
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A normal job interview is stressful enough. Now imagine pitching yourself to several art directors, marketing managers and graphic designers in a panel interview setting. Nervous? According to a survey by The Creative Group, a majority of executives (86 percent) said one-on-one interviews are the most effective. But panel interviews ranked second – ahead...
Here are four of the biggest obstacles to collaboration in the workplace, along with solutions for moving past them.
Here are four signs you’re in a dead-end job and tips for resigning with your reputation and relationships intact.
Some professionals feel reluctant to take a new job that doesn’t come with a higher salary or bigger title, but sometimes a lateral career move can be a smart step for designers.
Are lavish office parties passé? In a recent survey by The Creative Group, 34 percent of advertising and marketing executives said they spend $24 or less per person for year-end festivities. Sadly, 14 percent of respondents said they don’t hold staff parties at all. It’s easy to guess why. Though many organizations are in...
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