Pursuing a career in the fashion industry is the perfect choice for strong-willed individuals who consider fashion to be a huge part of their lives...
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
Ties-Necktie.com today published their list of the Top 10 Best Careers in the Fashion Industry. Besides just listing each job, the site dedicates an entire article for each profession, giving those interesting in the industry an inside scoop of a typical day in each job.
“If you’ve got a strong interest in fashion, there’s a good chance you’ve thought about working in the industry at one point or another,” says fashion blogger Hendrik Pohl. “People look at the fashion industry and see it as being some luxurious, out of reach institution, but the fact is that those who work in the industry tend to just be regular people who have an interest in fashion and the desire to make it a part of their careers. We wanted to show that getting a job in the industry doesn’t have to be impossible or even difficult if you put your mind to it.”
Each piece in the series highlights a particular career choice. The job of fashion photographer is discussed, as well as PR specialist, fashion illustrator and design instructor among others. The pieces explain in detail what one can expect from each career in regards to day-to-day responsibilities, challenges in landing a job and the future of the position in the industry. Salary ranges and job security for each career choice are also discussed.
“Pursuing a career in the fashion industry is the perfect choice for strong-willed individuals who consider fashion to be a huge part of their lives,” says Pohl. “A lot of these jobs are exceptionally high-paying, although none of them are easy. Many positions in the industry come along with countless long hours, lots of travel and a whole lot of stress. Some people thrive on all three of these elements, however, which is why it takes a certain personality to work in the industry.”
Ties-Necktie publishes regular article series’ on men’s fashion, highlighting topics such as current trends, industry predictions and more. This is the first time that fashion careers have been the focus, however.
“Our readers tend to be well-educated, fashion-forward individuals, which leads us to believe that many of them are perfect candidates for working in the industry,” says Pohl. “With this series, we wanted to put education above all else and show the readers that working in the industry isn’t necessarily all about having the right connections. If we can help even one person land their dream career, we’ve done our job.”
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