Sure, job hopping is one solution for restlessness, but before you relaunch your job search, consider these tips for injecting excitement into your current design job.
Spring cleaning isn’t just about washing windows and clearing away cobwebs. Your design career also needs a thorough refresh every year so it’ll look its best—to recruiters, prospective clients and potential employers—in the months to come.
While there may be some pluses to accepting a current employer’s counter offer, you should take time to reflect on these seven potential pitfalls to determine whether it's a wise move for your creative career.
If you’re thinking about expanding your skill set or pursuing a new position, now may be a good time to get moving, according to the results of The Creative Group's latest hiring survey. Get all the details here.
A recent study shows that despite steady demand for creative talent, there are still some hurdles to overcome as you look to advance your career.
Recruiters—like creatives—can be misunderstood sometimes. Let’s look at 6 common myths about staffing agencies & bring a little clarity to the matter.
Want your pick of jobs? Make sure you have the skills that are in demand. Here are the roles and skills that new research shows hiring managers plan to add.
It can be a shock to find out you earn less than someone with the same job title and experience level. If you’re in this situation, it’s up to you to make a case for a raise, but you have to be wise in your approach.
In this list of the top 10 areas executives said they are hiring for, almost half are creative jobs.
As the new hire, your boss and colleagues are watching. Avoid these four mistakes to make a good early impression.