Entertainment Jobs Q&A: The Wrong Way to Apply for Jobs

Our Entertainment Jobs Q&A column is going video style again – this week we handle a question from Annabel who wants our opinion on a job application technique. Enjoy! WIE shotgun resume technique.MTS Video Transcript: “Entertainment Jobs Q&A: The Wrong Way to Apply for Jobs” Brian Clapp, WorkinEntertainment.com Director of Content: Our Entertainment Jobs Q&A […]

How to Beat Everyone Else Looking for Entertainment Jobs

At the end of each school year approximately 3,695,000 people will graduate with an advanced degree and, in theory, enter the workforce. The majority (1.8 million) will have a bachelor’s degree in tow and begin applying for jobs – prepared to share their internship stories, shiny GPA and discuss the collegiate clubs they sat on the […]

How (and Why) You Should Delegate Tasks in Your Entertainment Job Search

No one has ever said “I love job searching!” or “Conducting a job search is fun!” It’s time consuming, confusing, and frustrating. We believe you should take a systematic approach to job searching which helps streamline the process, make it repeatable and in turn, less frustrating and time-consuming. One important step is delegating certain tasks […]

Four Changes to Your LinkedIn Profile That Will Help You Score a Job

This article is a guest post from social media and tech strategist Camille McClane, you can read more of her work on her blog A LinkedIn profile is getting close to being on equal footing with a traditional paper resume. With LinkedIn increasing in popularity of use, at over 200 million users and growing, it’s […]

The Best Education for TV Jobs

Since list posts are always a big winner, let’s keep this concept simple, if you want a career in television there are a bevy of incredible schools that you can choose from. These schools have broadcast facilities right on campus, famous alumni, wealthy donors, career centers that would blow your mind and some of the […]

Steps to Prepare for Your Job Search – Part 2

Job searching is stressful, that is a fact, but if you spend a little time getting your professional profile in order before you send out a single resume, your job search can be easier. That is the premise of this 5-part video series (see part 1 , part 3, part 4 and part 5), exploring […]

Entertainment Jobs Q&A – What is a Preditor?

The grand return of our Entertainment Jobs Q&A column – I’ve been slacking a bit over the holidays, thank you very much – is a question right up my alley regarding my beloved TV industry. If you have a question you’d like is to answer for an upcoming version of the Entertainment Jobs Q & […]

Job Interview Mistakes That Could Really Hurt Your Chances – Part 4

We’ve been tackling a 5-part series covering some of the most common job interview mistakes people are making that are preventing them from getting the opportunity they have been waiting for. This is part 4 of 5 and trust me you want to listen and learn. job mistakes part 4 Click here for part 5 […]

Job Interview Mistakes That Will Really Hurt Your Chances Part 1

Sometimes you set up an interview and after it’s done you sit back and think – wow, that was a gold mine of information. That happened recently when I interviewed a Director of Sales for an entertainment company. I asked for a list of his biggest pet peeves when he conducts interviews, he gave me […]

What Does the Future Hold for Broadcast Radio Jobs?

Radio jobs represent one of the most popular segments on WorkinEntertainment.com, but now seems like an appropriate time to ask and answer the question, “Is broadcast radio a dying medium, headed for a fate similar to newspapers?” Our Director of Content, Brian Clapp, investigates in this short video: WIE is broadcast radio dying.MTS Video Transcript […]