Patrick Barrett
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Do you have an online portfolio? If not, check out Adobe Portfolio (https://portfolio.adobe.com/). It's free with an Adobe subscription, and fairly easy to use.

Good luck on your search Jim!

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Justin Henry (He/Him)

I find the best people to talk to are Recruiters based in the area because they often know of companies that are hiring absent a job listing.

Also, sometimes taking a contract to perm role is the easiest route! Lastly, make sure your portfolio is up to date and is available online.

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Lawrence WhiteCommunity Specialist
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Hi @Jim Dodson , welcome to jobcase! Thanks for sharing your new job preferences with us. The education and career work background on your profile is very impressive. Below are some related Graphic Design job leads and current hiring opportunities.

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Camila Gascon

Hi @Jim Dodson, another thing that might help is to reach out to previous coworkers. They might know someone hiring!

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Kristan Willis

Lionbridge would be a good fit for you! You set up an account and you can advertise your abilities, while scanning through job postings looking for graphic designers. There are quite a few successful people on there, I think with a genuine degree or skill you can do fairly well on their site. I also joined Job Rebellion it's a legit place that helps advertise WFH jobs that aren't scams. Good luck with your search, hopefully this helps point you in the right direction!

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Vernet Dominique

I'm looking for job

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Elisa Broihier

You are in the same boat I am. I am having difficulty finding remote jobs

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