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10 tips to get yourself a job

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22:10 PM | 7 January 2013

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Getting a job in advertising is easy if the correct work is put in. Preparation and research is key to getting ahead and helping you stand out from the other students. Here are some handy tips to help you get the edge over others.

Getting a job in advertising is easy if the correct work is put in. Preparation and research is key to getting ahead and helping you stand out from the other students who are competing for the same place. Here are some handy tips to help you get the edge over others.

1. Tell everyone

Let everyone know you are looking. Two thirds of jobs get filled before they’re advertised because of people being connected. Don't pretend you do not know someone who knows someone. Asking costs nothing.

2. Get out there

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