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Honesty is a good policy

You may manage to get an interview with a slight distortion of the facts on your resume but it is…

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Do you like what they do?

If you are going to work in a gallery it’s a good thing to have an interest in art.

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Admit to mistakes

Sometimes applicants are hesitant to admit to ever having made mistakes – but they can be turned into positives.

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Keep it short and snappy

Resumes can’t be too long – keep it to no more than two pages — and keep your sentences short…

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Keep track of your achievements

When you apply for a new job it’s likely you’ll need to show on your CV and in your selection…

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Why did you leave your last job?

Don't fall into the trap of bemoaning your past employers, the only person you'll criticise is yourself.

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When it's your turn to ask the questions

The end of the interview is an important part of the process, and your chance to demonstrate how interested you…

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Avoid corporatespeak

Rather than try impress employers with how clever you are, speak plainly and clearly.

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How to prepare an art folio

For those hoping to pursue a career in any area of visual arts, a good, well-prepared portfolio might just be…

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Use your cover letter to sum up your application

Essentially, you want your letter to summarise and compliment your resume and point a prospective employer to the most relevant…

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