Corona has cost many jobs across the globe, with plenty more layoffs still to come. However, the animation industry continues to thrive, so our message to all our students and recent graduates is a positive one - there are opportunities out there, for those who are diligent in the search for work, and can take advantage of the new remote-working economy. The animation industry is growing, because animation can be done remotely, and the world is still hungry for fresh animation content. Corona is costing many people their jobs, but it is also creating opportunities for animators who can work remotely and flexibly.
|Artwork by Joe Gamble|
We have many resources available at Animation Apprentice aimed at helping our students find work in the animation industry. To get started, see the blog posts below:
- How do graduates find work in the animation industry?
- Demo Reel Advice - at Skwigly
- Demo Reel Advice by Animal Logic
- Why Animators Need to be on LinkedIn
- Be the Rhino - remember that rejection is normal
- Six Rules to Create a Great CV
- How to Write a Cover Letter
- How to Find an Animation Internship
- Blue Zoo Recruitment Tips
- Escape Studios' Free Industry Survival Guide
- Escape Studios Free Careers Guide
- Michael Morgan: "From the Classroom to the Studio"
- Why Animators Need their Own Blog or Website
- How to be a Freelance Animator
- 12 Rules to Find Work in the Animation Industry
- Pixar Advice for Graduates