Creative Careers Salary Guide for 2011

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Artists aren't known for worrying as much about money as they do about things like creative freedom and inspiration. However, nobody wants to be a starving artist. Luckily, in this increasingly visual world, opportunities for talented and well-trained artists are abundant and can be lucrative. Wondering what the best paths are, and how much you can expect to make as a ... Full Story

Open Positions Near You

  • Graphic Designers  
    Atlanta, Georgia Competent systems, Inc.
  • Controls Engineer  
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin QTI Group
  • UI Product Developer, Javascript  
    Austin, Texas Kforce Inc
  • Website Designer - Health IT  
    Atlanta, Georgia Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Web Software Developer 3 - DK  
    McLean/Arlington, Virginia Northrop Grumman Corporation

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Career Resources for Artists

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    Sample Resume for a Graphic Designer

    Your resume should have substance as well as style. Review our sample resume for a graphic designer below to see how you can portray your full creative abilities to employers This resume is an example of Monster's Resume Writing Services. Impress employers with a high-impact resume and cover letter from the experts. div.custom_widget {border:0px;} [widget:related_reads_popular_pvs_1]
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    10 Words and Phrases That Can Ruin a Resume

    10 Words and Phrases That Can Ruin a Resume
    Your resume needs an update—that is, if your resume is like those of most people, it’s not as good as it could be. The problem is language: most resumes are a thicket of deadwood words and phrases—empty cliches, annoying jargon, and recycled buzzwords. Recruiters, HR folks, and hiring managers see these terms over and over again, and it makes them … ...
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    The Right Way to Say, "I Quit!"

    The Right Way to Say, "I Quit!"
    The job market is finally showing signs of life--and that means more workers will likely have the opportunity to change jobs in the coming months. It's clear that many will welcome this: A recent survey by the Corporate Executive Board, a research and advisory services company, found that 25 percent of workers whom employers had labeled as having high potential were ...
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