I was on LinkedIn the other day researching entry level fashion jobs and come across a post by a fashion graduate. Let’s call her Sarah.
She was lamenting how even when you have a fashion degree, employers still prefer candidates with more experience.
The truth is her frustrations echoes what I have been saying all along.
A degree is expected of you. But it’s often not enough to get you a job.
So what can you do?
Get into a company - even if it’s not your dream job - and work your way up.
Start with an internship, even if you’re a graduate and work your way up.
So, to help you do that, I’ve put together this page where you can find all the truly entry level fashion jobs I can find.
I’ll even include a job post cheat sheet to make it even easier for you to apply to these jobs yourself.