What Is Entertainment Law?

Companies, creative artists, and others who work in the entertainment industry — such as film, television, music, and publishing — use entertainment law services to protect their interests. 

Entertainment law is a dynamic field with a broad scope of work incorporating negotiating, …

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Top Jobs in Social Media

By Alison Doyle

Social media has opened up a new field of human endeavor, creating new marketing and media jobs and providing new avenues for professional development. If you go to work in this field, you will likely find yourself …

By Elaina McKie
Elaina McKie Career Advisor
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3 Fastest Growing Green Jobs for Career Switchers and Recent Grads

The time for urgent change is needed in order to reverse the damage that’s been inflicted on the environment. Leading climate scientists have warned that we’re just decades away from extreme droughts, floods, heat, and rises in sea levels. Currently, we’re …

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What Are Your Career Goals? How to Answer This Interview Question

When an interviewer asks, “What are your career goals?” you might wonder why they’re asking. After all, you’re in the interview to get a job. Isn’t that your career goal? You might even think you don’t have career goals beyond …

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How to Write a Resume With No Work Experience

Writing a resume when you don’t have any work experience can be daunting. How are you supposed to fill a blank page if you’ve never had a job to begin with? Luckily, not all hope is lost — even if you’ve …

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What Is an Applicant Tracking System? Your Questions Answered!

You’ve probably seen the stats that say a majority of resumes are screened out by applicant tracking systems (ATS) and never seen by a human. Or you’ve heard that if you don’t use enough of the right keywords, your application …

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Your Guide to Finding a Job as a Museum Docent (With Tips)

By The Indeed Editorial Team

Museums can offer many employment opportunities for professionals who are interested in art, science, education or history. A job as a museum docent is often a good step toward a high-paying career working in museums. …

By Elaina McKie
Elaina McKie Career Advisor
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Telling Your Story: Preparing for an Interview

Congratulations! You’ve made it past the first stage of the hiring process and a hiring manager has reached out to you to let you know that they want to schedule an interview.

The good news is you’ve shown that on …

By Annetta Snell
Annetta Snell
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How to Turn Your Band Into a Business

By Leah Waldo

I know. I know. Thinking about your band and your music as a business venture may make you feel a bit uneasy, but if you’re an independent artist, thinking this way can put you on the path …

By Elaina McKie
Elaina McKie Career Advisor
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Career Advice from a Dancer and Filmmaker

Watch Jamila Glass, dancer with the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company, share how she makes time to have a career as an editor and filmmaker. She loves visual storytelling and gets to experience that in both dance and film. Her …

By Elaina McKie
Elaina McKie Career Advisor
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