Graphic Design Jobs
Graphic design jobs and employment opportunities are out there if you know where to look. If you are a graphics designer seeking employment or freelance type positions, you may be able to locate the right opportunity from the comfort of your desktop. See my reviews that follow below.
One of the larger job search engines for graphic design jobs at HotJobs Here you can do a search for "graphic design" and a list of all the current openings appears.
On a recent query, I got back over 240 listings nationwide. HotJobs allows you the ability to:
* Create an online resume
* Control the privacy of your resume
* Set up automatic job search agents
* Track your job applications
* View your Resume statistics
You can search by Job Category, By Company, By Staffing Firm, By U.S. Location, or By International Location.
Among the best of the job search engines is Monster where you can quickly post your resume and browse listings for graphic design jobs. Blue Collar. White Collar. No Collar. Monster Works. Post A Job Now
eLance provides an auction like format for getting a vast range of jobs. I found over 200 projects listed where listers were seeking bids on freelance graphics work. Also listed were the number of bids and the average dollar amount per bid. I was impressed by the large dollar amounts some project managers are bidding for services.
Features such as email notification of new projects make this an important site to join. If you do Web design, illustration, art or any other freelance work, you will want to see this site's posted listings.
eLance offers other features that might benefit a full time freelancer. For instance, you can create your own professional services Web site through them. Your store gets featured on your services profile. The store also allows you to accept credit card payments online.
For freelancing and other information on finding work-for-hire, see Freelance Work Exchange This site is operated by a professional freelancer who knows this field and shows you how to make freelancing work for you. Get a free report on the top producing freelance markets.
This is a membership based site charging a small monthly fee to access their databases of freelance jobs. Membership also includes a regular newsletter with tips on getting the job once you have found it.
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