Top 5 Career Advice Blog Posts of 2016views: 0
As 2016 comes to an end, we would like to share the Top 5 most-viewed, career advice articles for designers on StylePortfolios.com in 2016.
“There are definitely “right times” to look for a new position with a new company. The most obvious being urgent need due to unemployment, dissatisfaction, company changes, layoffs, compensation cuts, inadequate bonuses and other negative factors that catalyze a dire need to find a job.” read here
“As an expression of a designer’s creative vision, the portfolio is of unparalleled importance. A portfolio should represent a designer’s style, skills, work and experience. It should communicate his or her aesthetic sensibility and emotional story, doing so in a way that is current and relevant. Ultimately, it should – it must – impress.” read here
“Believe it or not your outfit and overall appearance can have a HUGE impact when interviewing. Within the first 30 seconds most interviewers are able to decide whether or not you would be offered the job based on your outfit and appearance.” read here
“The strength of a designer’s portfolio can make all the difference in advancing his/her career. Designers must create a portfolio that visually showcases their talent in the best way possible. The portfolio must also be impressive, memorable and rise above the competition.” read here
“If you’ve ever been tardy to an interview or quickly applied to a job without a cover letter you might getting on that recruiter’s last nerve. StyleCareers.com conducted a survey of 100 fashion industry recruiters regarding their pet peeves to help candidates like you get closer to the job you want. If you want to get on a recruiter’s good side try to avoid the following…” read here