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The last in a series of Q&As; for The Guardian Jobs Week, experts will answer your queries about job hunting in the arts industry.
Join in Friday 15th March from 1pm to 2pm or comment now.

A career in the arts is much sought after. Even if you just consider the film, television and gaming industries, the recent BAFTA Career Pathways Survey found that 57% of the young people have at one time considered working in the sector.
When BAFTA surveyed their members about their own careers, however, the research highlighted a worrying trend – many said there was “no single route” into the industry. So whether you’re an aspiring painter, a wannabe film director or you’re trying to get your first acting job, getting that much-needed break – or even trying to progress – can be a challenge.
So, if you’re thinking about a career in the arts – or you want to know what next step you could take – join Guardian live advice clinic on Friday 15th March from 1pm to 2pm.
Topics to be discussed will include:
• What roles are available in the arts – and current vacancies
• What skills and experience various employers look for
• Tips for applying to jobs
• Potential career paths

Taking part in the session is easier than ever.  Full Details Here

Alternatively, you can tweet The Q & A on @GuardianCareers

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