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what can i do ???

when i finish track web design ...... what is best way to find Job ??

3 Answers

Fernanda Salerno
Fernanda Salerno
2,733 Points

You will need make a portfolio(website, behance, dribbble, etc) to show your work.

Try to make some experimental projects to keep learning and earning experience.

thanks Gustavo ..... i finish my portfolio already and i will next step to great more project

It takes more then just finishing a track to be "job ready". First check out the career program in the tool bar to the left. There are a lot a resources that i found helpful. Second search online for the type of work you are wanting to do and see what skills/qualifications employers are expecting a prospective employee to have and make sure you are working towards having those skills/qualifications. Then practice, practice, practice and as you do that you will build a nice portfolio which undoubtedly a future employer will want to see.

thanks Melissa

Devin Scheu
Devin Scheu
66,191 Points

Well, Like Gustavo said above, make a portfolio. I also like to do "mock" work, which really just means I take a fake job from my friend or family member and try to execute it before dead line. It helps me really get used to working for people. After a few of those you can spread word around by word and sign up for freelance sites. If you want to get some popularity you can talk to a SEO professional to help you out with that. Even I sometimes feel like I'm not ready to get a job, and I have done a lot. Hopefully this helps you on your path to get work.

Kind Regards, Devin