The resume mistake you may not realize you’re making.

  1. ronda gifford says:

    This is helpful advice In an artistic field such as composing I wonder if submitting actual samples of composed music is a better idea for certain jobs , but part of the struggle is finding out who hires for consistent positions and how well they pay before going to all the trouble to put together varying demos on a long shot. It is definitely confusing and tenuous getting going

    • Natalie Whittaker says:

      Samples of your work will be critical in your field, but they will also want to see a resume that contains your training and education, and a written summary of why you’re the right one for the job. For some fields, like composing, both are necessary. Also, networking will be key for you to make contacts and build relationships with industry professionals.

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