Throughout my senior year, I’ve had to compile a career profile of my resume and credentials, as well as researching up what qualifications are necessary to land a job in the broadcast industry. One thing that I have noticed is that
As I am on the hunt for a job that will jump-start my career, I am also talking to my friends about their experiences as well.
In our ever changing society, there are always words being added to the dictionary.
When thinking about what my future will hold, it’s important to remember that what I’m doing now doesn’t mean it’ll be the only job I’ll ever have.
For my senior seminar class, we watched an episode of The Pitch where two different marketing companies completed against each other to represent a major brand and be in charge of their marketing and advertising. Now, while marketing is not the industry I plan on going into, however, I had learned numerous things from the video.
When applying for a job (or should I say jobs because, let’s be real, who applies for just one and hopes for the best?) the end goal is obviously securing something that will pay you and you’ll hopefully enjoy.
Diversity is an important aspect of any industry. Not only is it integral to giving everyone of every walk of life an opportunity, but it provides numerous points of view that you cannot get if you only hire one group.
The sweet sounds of the radio have been filling households since the 1920’s. But the radio that was popular back in the day is drastically different from what we enjoy today.
When asking someone for advice on how to get a job, they might mention updating your resume, they may even say to just constantly keep applying, but they will almost always tell you to network.