Friday, January 8, 2010

Shopping at the Job Market

Well, I have certainly realized that it is tough to get a foothold on consistent income doing the acting thing out here, so I've decided to look in earnest for some decent paying, non-acting related part-time work.  And I've noticed so far that finding such a position might nearly be as difficult!  The whole process of searching and sending out resumes/letters can be tiring, especially when you imagine that likely any job you apply for will also be applied for by a hundred (at least) other folks.  But, that's the current job market anywhere I suppose.

As I was telling a friend the other day, 8 hours behind a desk seems so much more daunting to me than 14 hours on a set right now.  Or maybe I'm just afraid that the desk symbolizes giving up on the actual goal of being here to act.  In any case, I'm just hoping that I can score a consistent acting gig sometime soon to make a potential desk job unnecessary (or short-lived!)  That said, if anyone has any leads on solid part-time work out in LA, please let me know :)


  1. Finding a flexible day job is definitely a job in itself. Keep pounding the pavement- good luck!

  2. thanks for the encouragement!

  3. It's a rough time to be working in ANY industry these days . . . your persistence & hard work will pay off one of these days.

  4. it is indeed tough all around -- guess you just have to trust that, as you said, hard work will pay off!


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