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They say everyone has a novel inside, but can you get it out?
Leadership in the arts sector involves leading the process that connects a work of art with an audience, or links a community to its stories.
Former teacher and successful blogger Adele Walsh discusses her job as Program Coordinator for the Centre for Youth Literature at the State Library of Victoria.
The most difficult part of getting a job in the arts world remains its harshly competitive aspect, so we’ve gathered together some tips that are sure to set you apart from the rest of the herd.
If you think creativity begins and ends in the workplace, think again. In fact, creativity in job applications is fast proving to be the ultimate stepping stone to employment.
With a lot of hard work and the right attitude you could be one of the many employees who are steadily progressing from ‘temporary’ status to a full-time job.
Not an arts employee? Doesn't matter. Creativity is essential for any career, especially corporate professions. If your workplace isn't utilising their imaginations to their full extents, its time to rethink.
You may be longing to ditch the office job, but before you do, here are five vital things to consider before officially embarking on a creative arts career.
Searching for a job can be a mentally and physically exhausting time for anyone, especially when rejection is a constant occurrence. But keeping a positive mind is vital for anyone trying to enter employment, so learn how to put that anxiety to good use.
Working from home might sound like a dream come true, but it may well be putting your career at stake.
The argument on the methods of learning and the best way of applying it, is an endless and expansive one. Employment in any industry initiates a learning process that is vital to the actual operations of the career path. Learning is good, but is doing better?
For young jobseekers – whether ambitious, insecure, or a bit of both – alcohol can seem a tempting aid to the often awkward need to network. But how much is too much?
Should you really follow every job tip advice you’ve ever been given? We think not, and we have a list of what to avoid.
How to answer the key question.
Speed dating meets networking in ventures like ArtsClub.
At some time or other, everyone will daydream about leaving their current position. But what are some of the best reasons for actually going ahead with the fantasy?
Ever wondered why that job interview you thought you’d nailed resulted in an awkward rejection letter some two weeks later? We give you some clues as to why you didn’t get that job.
Most advice tells you the right things to say in a job interview but we’re going to give you low down on the biggest mistakes you can make when trying to impress a potential employer.
Whatever your destination, working overseas can bring priceless professional and personal benefits.
Putting in a little extra effort to maintain a professional relationship with a past employer could also be one of the best ways to maintain a great career.
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