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I’m high up in the ranks, director level. All my experience is at agencies and before that was freelance.
I have good agency experience but want to move to in house because I hear work-life balance is generally better. I find it easy to get interviews for agency jobs but I never get a single call back for in house. (Except at Amazon. Ew.)
Any tips on getting my foot in the door?
Just stay in your house.
Can you exaggerate your experience to make it look as if you were in house recently?
HR/Recruiters have such a narrow-minded view of people they can't imagine you can do just as good a job in house as at an agency.
- Interesting. "Yes it was an agency but I worked on a lot of in-house products?"nb
- I went from agency/freelance to in-house. Minor pay cut but much shorter weeks. See my kids in the mornings, evenings and weekends.sausages
- Apply direct and sell your skills and experience. Can be hard to find good roles but fuck recruiters - theyre scum.sausages
- I do apply directly, never get an interview.
Recruiters maybe could get my foot in the door but I've never found them to be very good at matching people with onb