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Getting work experience, an internship or full time job in advertising – part one

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14:22 PM | 27 April 2011
by Adam Oldfield
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If you look at the IAB and IPA, the opportunities in advertising can leave you feeling like a kid in a sweet shop, but without any experience in the industry, you have no idea if you would suit the roles on offer or get confused because there are simply too many choices.

If you look at the IAB and IPA, the opportunities in advertising can leave you feeling like a kid in a sweet shop, but without any experience in the industry, you have no idea if you would suit the roles on offer or get confused because there are simply too many choices.

This is a first in a series of posts about finding work experience, an internship or a full time job in the advertising and marketing industry. First up, an overview to get you started and looking in the right places for opportunities…

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