The Evolving Industry

To comment on the future of creative industries is a difficult task. Creative industries change and evolve with the times and, in large part, with technology. With that being said, professions in creative industries jobs look different within a year never mind in five years. Even with the rapidly changing industry there are some key […]

Surprise! The Perfect Package

WORK. JOBS. All of us soon to be real world adults are just chomping at the bit to become full time employees, or at least that is the hope… After spending x amount of money to put me through college I sure as hell am. The only issue now a days is that a college […]

Security Within Ever-changing Industries

As a senior in college, I have gotten used to the reactions I receive after being asked what I study. Heavily dependent on demographic, it’s usually one of two responses. The first is the exciting and refreshing reply of, “Wow that’s so cool! I know someone out on the West coast pursuing film.” While the […]

Creative Precariousness

  Considering that “creative work and creative workers are of vital importance to economic growth in post-industrial economies, via the addition of creative and cultural value to national innovation systems” (Bridgstock et. al 335), is it safe to assume that graduates with a background in the creative fields will find well-paying jobs? Not necessarily. In […]

Is it Worth it?

While attending school, one of the main objectives that individuals’ seek is to be able to apply what he/she has learned to the world. On top of that, being able to make a profit for doing something that one enjoys, is even better. While the world evolves, the expansion of what is learned in a classroom […]

Europe has it together.

Welcome! Ladies and gentlemen, welcome…to the last blog post of the FNMS senior seminar!! I considered titling this blog post: “How to read academic jargon without going crazy”, but then I realized that it was making me crazy… Some quotes from the past several weeks of Senior Sem to make you nostalgic: “Love is blind. […]