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

  • Front End Wed Developer  
    Boston, Massachusetts E-Talent Network
  • Software Systems Engineer - IV (Wireless IT)  
    Central, New Jersey Kaztronix LLC
  • Sr. Web Designer  
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin Uline
  • Sr. Web Creative Director  
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin Uline
  • Production Artist/Designer  
    Portland, Oregon Staffing Solutions, LLC

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Career Resources for Artists

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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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    How Flexible Should You Be When Accepting a Job?

    How Flexible Should You Be When Accepting a Job?
    In tough times, job seekers are often advised to be flexible about issues from commute length to salary to job title. But while it's true that you have to be realistic, some compromises may end up hurting you more than they help. "I don't believe that you just cave and take anything," said Mary Jeanne Vincent, a career coach in Monterey, ...
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