Top markets for entertainment job seekers

As companies look for better tax breaks and rebates, a growing number of production companies are making more than just LA the backdrops for their television shows. Among 203 pilots, only 44 percent were filmed in the LA region. That’s down from last year’s 52 percent. So where are production company’s looking to as the next big city for great entertainment talent?

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3 Interview Tips to Steal From Actors

We all dread the worst case interview scenario: sitting tense and anxious across from a hiring manager, dreading the next question to come out of their mouth, then reeling off a babbling, incoherent response before they’re even done asking it.

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Employers – Drop the Millennial Clichés

In an industry where a third of employees fall between the ages of 20 and 34, entertainment recruiters are having to grapple with the job market’s influx of youth. But is that the chore pundits and experts are making it out to be? 

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TV Is Changing – Should Job-Seekers Be Worried?

But adaptation doesn’t have to restrict opportunities for those looking to break into the television or media industries. In fact, changes to the way Big TV does business could bring a breath of fresh air to their technology, the way they operate and the way they hire.

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Casting Choices: A-lister vs. Minority

The entertainment industry does not have a great track record when it comes to portraying minorities on film. They aren’t exactly making strides when it comes to pumping diversity into their casting calls, either.

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