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25 tips for getting a job in the creative industries

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15:00 PM | 1 August 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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There's lots of things you could be doing to help put you ahead of the game. Whether you're a first year student or a graduate, take a look at these tips if you want to beat the competition.

Every day we tweet some top career tips. We decided to put a few of these in one place. Many of them are things to help you get ahead, things you should be doing while in university and before you start your real job search. For more of these tips every day, follow FutureRising on Twitter.

1. Start now. If you begin your portfolio, making contacts, etc now then you'll be way ahead later.


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