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Design Interview Questions, Resume Skills & Portfolio Tips
Your portfolio is finished so the hard part is over. Right? Learn from hiring managers and career gurus how to present your best creative portfolio with panache.
Here are some signs that your job may be going nowhere fast and some tips on how to take control of your career.
Need to polish up your résumé design? The Creative Group takes a look at traditional and emerging graphic design résumé options.
Designers: Do you have an interview in your near future? Be ready for the questions that might be fired your way. The Creative Group has assembled questions you can expect hiring managers to ask.
All style and no substance is the No. 1 critique voiced by executives about creative portfolios, according to a a survey by The Creative Group. Find out how to build and present a a portfolio that demonstrates value to potential employers.
Most grads face a problem when applying for their first job: When you haven’t had a real job before, how do you demonstrate you have the necessary qualifications for an open position with your résumé?
You’re new on the job, and your employers will not only evaluate your ability to do the job well but also take note of how you fit in with the firm’s culture and collaborate with your new colleagues. Following are seven common rookie mistakes and tips to help you avoid them.
To give yourself the best shot at landing a job, you must be able to present yourself and your qualifications confidently—yet carefully—to different types of hiring managers.
There are many things you can do to assist friends or former colleagues in their search for work—as well as a few actions that could do more harm than good.
Hiring managers are pickier than ever, holding out for only those creatives who can improve the quality of their already high-performing teams. So, what can you do to stand out and prove to employers you deserve a spot on their team?