Friday, March 30, 2012
In the case of having less than a page worth of credits, people get concerned with how it looks.
The bottom line is, when you have very few credits you must be creative in how you present them. It's too early for a "standard" industry resume if you only have 2 credits.
Also at this early stage you will be hired primarily by people with whom you have a relationship or people who are doing freebies and don't care about resumes.
Focus on people not on your resume at this point.
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