Knowledge is power, says Lucy Marino of talent solutions leader Robert Half. In this piece, she uses data from the 2024 Salary Guide to shed light on the job market, salary expectations and more.
Carsten Glock urges graduates to keep an open mind and step off the linear career path when the chance presents itself. He contends that you might just discover new routes and roles, even the dream job you didn’t know existed.
Christine Pizzo reports to Laura Breines, Designit’s head of Americas, with a remit to strengthen the full-service, end to end design and creative offerings.
Crucial.com crunched numbers to break down the best cities in the United States for finding a creative job. Washington DC and environs turns out to have the best balance between available jobs and available workers.
CBX has announced that Mark Christou has joined its team as Principal. A design veteran with a maverick spirit, Mark will help drive new opportunities and further elevate the agency through the expansion of CBX’s capabilities.
Paul Flaharty of Robert Half with thoughts on how and why you should put some love and care into crafting your career path. Creating a personal plan, a roadmap for success and satisfaction, can surely be of help.
After 43 years together, two stalwarts of the San Francisco area graphic design community, Duane Michael Maidens and Daniel Patrick O’Brien, are retiring before year’s end. Shown here: dozens of Bay Area creatives circa 1980.
A failed creative internship became a reality check for Max Ottignon of Ragged Edge. Out of the crucible, he learned that discipline, hard work and high standards can lead to having your own successful agency.
The new 2023 Salary Guide From Robert Half is available now for creative professionals. Drawing from this, Paul Flaharty details four key trends that hiring managers should consider when crafting a recruitment strategy.
Building competitive compensation packages is critically important to attracting top talent. Paul Flaharty of Robert Half provides insights and advice on how to approach the challenge.
There is new research from The Creative Group and AIGA suggesting that one in two creatives could be looking for a new job within the next 12 months. Here are several matters to consider before starting your search.
Where do you want to be in five years? Professional advice for young graphic designers as they start their “career journey” from Diane Domeyer, Executive Director, The Creative Group.