Monday Motivation | Don’t Underestimate Yourself
Kick off your week with Monday Motivation!
Tip of the week
Job seekers: it pays to focus on applying for jobs for which you’re qualified. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that you should hold back if you think you’re a good fit. Don’t have training in a particular computer program or mastery of a certain skill set listed in the job posting? Employers often don’t expect applicants to check off every single desired skill. It’s worth noting that research shows that women tend to apply for jobs for which they feel 100% qualified, while men apply for jobs for which they’re 60% qualified. Don’t have a college degree? More and more employers are prioritizing experience over credentials, like Google, IBM, and others.
This week’s highlighted jobs:
Associate Account Manager (Art PR Firm)
Olu & Company
Part-Time Editorial Associate
Museum Public Programs and Education Curator
Museum of Art and Design at MDC
Account Assistant/Accounts Payable Clerk
The Wende Museum of the Cold War
Culver City, CA
Shipping Coordinator/Truck Dispatcher
New York, NY
This week’s highlighted opportunities:
Call for New York Illustrators and Graphic Designers
Jam Art Factory
Call for Black Poetry
New York, NY
Artists Assembly Opening in the Fall – Call for Visual-and-Performing Artists
Full Charge Bookkeeper/Finance Manager Available (Remotely)
Sukha Books Bookkeeping Service
– Mary-kate Grohoski, Sales Manager
Find more jobs and opportunities on NYFA Classifieds.
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Image: Tom Burckhardt (Fellow in Painting ’18), City Slang, 2016, oil on linen