Getting your first job is huge. It’s shoving your foot through the door and blazing onto the freelance scene. When you do that, you catch the attention of the room and you better have the goods to deliver. And while the first job is indeed important, it’s really your 2nd job that you should be more worried about.
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In a business where networking is more essential than a degree, social networks like Facebook and Twitter have been a godsend. The filmmaking industry is impacted heavily by these websites, in good and bad ways, but if you plan to use these sites to leverage your professional contacts and profile, beware that they can work adversely against you.