Table of contents for Breaking into graphic design : tips from the pros on finding the right position for you / Michael Jefferson.

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Introduction: My Inspiration						
The Application Process Is Painful					
Chapter 1: Interviews with Employed Graphic Designers		
	Melissa Derecola
	Amy Spokas
Sean Flanagan
Sherene Offutt
Ann Jordan
Andrew Sherman
Chapter 2: Where to Find Work	
	Ways to Break into the Industry
Starting Your Network
Chapter 3: Job Search Strategies						
When to Look for Work
	Do You Need a Higher Education?
	Diversifying Your Abilities
	You Have More to Learn
	Time to Relocate?
	Research and Networking
Chapter 4: How to Package Yourself to Get Noticed	
Drafting Your Résumé
	Drafting Your Cover Letter
Selecting and Sending Your Work Samples
Designing Your Web site
Applying to a Temp Agency
Will They Ever Respond?
Chapter 5: Interviews with People Who Hire					
	Mariann Seriff
Mike Raso
Victoria Coulter
David Tull
Adam Gezelle
Chapter 6: How to Interview Successfully
	The Job Application
	What to Bring with You
Communication Is Essential
Interview Attire
The Thank-You Letter
Chapter 7: Interview Tales								
	Entry-Level Graphic Designer Position
	Layout Artist/Graphic Designer Position
Web Designer Position
Chapter 8: Evaluating and Accepting the Right Job			
	Finding a Good Fit
	A Job Offer Is Just the Beginning
Chapter 9: Interviews with Business Owners				
	David Herbick
	Katie Torok
Anonymous A and Anonymous B
Barbara Jean McAtlin
Howard Levy
Chapter 10: The Pros and Cons of Starting a Business			
Chapter 11: Résumé Gallery						
Thank Yous									

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Graphic arts -- Vocational guidance -- United States.
Commercial art -- Vocational guidance -- United States.