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I got a job!! Woohoo! Amazingly enough, I am only two months out of design school and have already landed a job. This is definitely God's timing, because I really didn't expect to find a job this soon! (Although I was sure hoping I would!)

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It'll be part-time to begin with, and move into full-time. The art director is planning on expanding her firm this year, so will be bringing on new clients, which is what prompted her to hire a new person at this point in time. I'll be starting at a lower capacity now before she expands in order to have the extra work-hours to be able to take on the new clients in order to expand. See how that works? ;)

So I'll be starting a week from Tuesday. I'm so excited! And a bit nervous too. This will be the first "real" job I've had in my new field. I've had a few freelance clients, for which I am so grateful, but it'll be a great learning experience to be working under someone who knows more than I do and has been doing this for awhile already!

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  1. Yippee!!! This is such a blessing! I'm looking forward to seeing your design eye grow even more as you take this next step. :)

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  2. Jen!!! I am soooo happy for you! You have worked so hard for this and can't wait to see your dreams come true!

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  3. Congratulations! That's awesome!

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