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Foot in the marketing communications door

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15:02 PM | 5 January 2012

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Everyone talks about utilizing your contacts and getting work experience wherever possible to get that all important foot in the door. And yes, they’re right, but advice on how to get there is sparsely available. Thank god for sites like FutureRising.

Everyone talks about utilizing your contacts and getting work experience wherever possible to get that all important foot in the door. And yes, they’re right, but advice on how to get there is sparsely available. Thank god for sites like futurerising.

I’m still fresh faced and learning but I honestly couldn’t imagine working in any other industry. I really hope I can provide students and recent graduates with advice, opinions and tips of breaking into the industry from my experiences so far and answer any questions.

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