How do some of you guys feel about creative art resumes or creative cv's? I heard about them from my universities career center couselor and they seem intriguing. The photo I attached is good example of what I mean.
You may think of self-reflection as more of a personal pursuit related to overall happiness and wellbeing, but being self-reflective can help you to get (and better keep) your next job.
When you reflect on your career, you can uncover some interesting truths about yourself like...
- What motivates me?
- Where do I want my life/career to go?
- Do I feel satisfied with my life/career so far?
- What kind of person/employee am I/ do I want to be?
My advice to people interested in working at #UniteArt&Education as a #Art&EducarionStoreAsstManager ...
Be honest with Ft Wayne staff which ever store you work in and they would take of you. Of 30+ years retail, the 13 with them while not the best paying turned out to be the most enjoyable
Not being able to work the hours my last week that I wanted to. Dealership and State of Ohio messed up paperwork on new cae purchase and I spent four days running around getting title so I could move to Florida
I am a video producer. Due to budget cuts, I am currently unemployed. Nothing excites me more than write a script and seeing it come alive on video. All of my adult life has been spent producing creative, award-winning non-fiction videos/documentaries. I would love to continue doing this--especially creating travel videos since I have much experience field producing in the US and around the world. I am willing to relocate.
I find myself starting my new position in approximately an hour. I wanted to offer thanks to those of you that sent congrats my way, and to those of you who are not yet employed, let me share something with you. You are as good as you believe yourself to be. Do an assessment of yourself and your strengths and talents and skills. Challenge yourself and believe you can do anything you set your mind to- because it's true. Before getting the offer…
I lost my businesses after back injuries and 2 failed surgeries pretty much grounded me for good; I was a roofing contractor. Just sitting and playing guitar for two hours is very uncomfortable if not downright painful. But I play through the pain and I keep moving forward. As I traverse this valley in my life I know now what I didn't know 15 years ago. I'm not alone. I have a comforter.
Those of you (and us) who are going through difficult…
I get to do what I Love and make cool and interesting Packaging Design.
I'm looking for works as a drummer. I'm a professional drummer from Brazil and currently living in LA
I have a few years of experience doing these types of jobs unpaid. But no one seems to look twice at my resume. what should I do?