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More than a third of art and design graduates are out of work, report shows
Talking as CD I honestly feel it's important to support talent of the future, it's a crying shame so much creative talent is lost to other industries. As such I've regularly offered placements (often paying expenses).
Given the amount of time myself and the team inevitably invest in such ventures I have been very selective.
Yet still many lacked basic layout skills, and more frighteningly the passion and desire to learn – is this a culture thing?
We all know this industry is not for the faint hearted (or the nine to fivers!) and I genuinely believe you'll only succeed if you are both talented and 100% committed.
I would love the opportunity to support and nurture rising stars
My question - how do I find them?
Tue, 25 Oct 2011
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