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Job postings should list required skills and not include scores of ‘nice to have’ or ‘is a plus’ that are often unrealistic and can scare off otherwise viable candidates who fear they don’t qualify.
It’s a good time of year to be thankful, so don’t forget to send thank-you notes to potential employers you interview with.
Change can be scary but taking a chance to better your career and embrace new opportunities. can be well worth the risk.
The beginning of the school year means it’s time for fresh starts, and a time for both students and teachers to learn new things.
Recent graduates Jacey Robinson, John da Fonte, and Julianna Mercado discuss their efforts to secure challenging and enjoyable industry work, how they keep up on new tools and technology, and how their college prepared them for the rigors of professional production.
You’d be surprised at how difficult some artists make it for recruiters by neglecting to provide the simplest – and most important – information.
When we grow up, we lose contact with what we did as kids; but there is a job and market for every natural talent, and you are bound to excel when your job coincides with your true interests.
Pamela Kleibrink Thompson reflects on the impact of her father’s wisdom as she notes his recent passing at age 92.
A handful of industry pros share their father’s advice that has carried them throughout their careers.
Tailor your portfolio and reel to the position you hope to win, making sure to include memorable pieces that reflect your mastery and strength.
Veteran animation director and author David B. Levy discusses his newly updated book that’s a must-have for anyone hoping to plan, launch, or refocus their animation career.