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The hardship of Job hunting in the Fashion industry

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4 responses to “The hardship of Job hunting in the Fashion industry”

  1. Bankè says:

    I totally relate to your experience. I’ve worked in fashion PR for a number of years but I have been out of full time employment for over 3 months. By month 3, I had started to experience similar frustrations that my endless meetings with job agencies and direct applications weren’t yielding any results. I worked as a in-house PR girl with no agency experience and I thought it was my lack of agency experience that was working against me. I then decided to go freelance which I have been doing for a few months now, but truthfully, it’s really hard and not very rewarding due to lack of stability or security like you’ve said.

    What ever you do, just don’t give up. In no time, you will look back and all of the waiting and searching will become history. The fashion industry is really hard and extremely frustrating, only those with true passion should pursue a career in it. Since I went freelance, I’ve been pushing outside of my comfort zone and currently I have 3 clients two of which aren’t fashion.

    All the best!
    Bankè xx

  2. Sarah says:

    I’m struggling too – the same as you I have proven results, experience and a first class degree. I agree it’s getting your CV noticed in the hundreds of other applicants! Have you signed up with a recruitment agency? Hays have been lovely with me and I am sure they have a London office.

    Best of luck.

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