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Pick 5 agencies to focus your job, internship or work experience search

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15:00 PM | 9 May 2014
by Adam Oldfield
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Whether you're looking for a placement, internship or full time job, the application process can be long and hard.

Whether you're looking for a placement, internship or full time job, the application process can be long and hard, especially when your time and attention is spread thinly across employers. Make your life much easier and improve your success rate with this simple rule.

Pick just five companies you admire and would love to work for. 

Focusing your attention will help you craft better applications and increase your chances of landing a job.

If you’re unsure of where to search for companies, take a look at the Campaign League Tables over at Campaign for advertising, media and marketing companies. And if you’re looking to find a design or branding company to join, see Design Intellect’s Top 50.

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