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  • Production Artist - Minnetonka, MNUnitedHealth Group(Minneapolis, Minnesota)

    Description: Position Description: This isn't packaged goods. It's a bigger challenge than that. Here you're making a difference in people's lives, starting with your own. Join us and start doing your life's best work.SM Bring your production expertise to the Production Artist role. Employees in this position will be responsible for preparing files for final print and digital output, while support...
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    Posted Thu 24th July

  • Graphic ArtistWeldon, Williams And Lick, Inc.(Western, Arkansas)

    Weldon, Williams and Lick, Inc. is growing! Do you love sports and entertainment? Then how would you like to work for the leading ticket printer in the world wide sports and entertainment industry? You will be working with professional and collegiate sports teams, major world events, and more! For 116 years, WW&L has been a leader in the security printing industry. We have pioneered many of the in...
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    Posted Fri 18th July

  • Director Of Regulatory Affairs JobYoh(, New Jersey)

    Company: Yoh Director of Regulatory Affairs needed for a contract opportunity with Yoh's client located in Parsippany, NJ. What You'll Be Doing: - Regulatory aspects of portfolio development: assessment of new innovation projects, exploratory product development briefs and delivery of regulatory strategy documents - Matrix management: direct responsibility for a Regulatory Affairs team based in Eu...
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    Posted Thu 17th July

Artist Job Search Tip

Craft artists, fine artists, painters, sculptors and illustrators, as well as multi-media artists and graphic designers make up the art industry. All artists usually follow their natural talent with a degree or other training program, which gives them credibility when looking for work with a prospective employer or through self-employment. For either method, there are more available talented artists than there is demand for their work, so positions and clientele are highly coveted. Most artists begin working part-time to build their portfolio while still in school or while working at other jobs until they have enough regular work to constitute being a full-time artist.

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