Career Tips for Real-World Employment

Legere, Scott
November 2005
Mix;Nov2005, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p104
Presents tips in assisting the process of preparing a resume for job employment in the recording industry. Compilation of personal and technical skills; Knowledge about the artist, band or company; Avoidance of expressing too many career aspirations.


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