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Bubble Jobs launches new career zone to help digital design job seekers

The Bubble Jobs Digital Design Career Zone features useful information and articles on subjects like CVs, cover letters, portfolios and job interview questions for candidates looking to get a job in areas like web design, graphic design, games design, UX and UI design, animation and artwork. 

In addition to advice for job seekers, the site also features sample job descriptions and job adverts for employers looking to recruit in the sector. 

The launch of this new site comes just a few months after the leading digital jobs board released a similar Career Zone for candidates in the digital marketing sector.

Bubble Jobs Digital Marketing Manager Amy Edwards said, “Thanks to the success of our Digital Marketing Career Zone and our commitment to giving our candidates the best chance of success when applying for jobs, creating a new Digital Design Career Zone was the next logical step.

“Digital Design is easily one of the most popular categories on our jobs board, both in terms of candidate sign-ups and jobs advertised,  so we really wanted to create a valuable, free, high quality resource for job seekers and employers in this niche. 

“The launch of our new Career Zone again proves that we have the best offering in the industry for digital job seekers and employers – and helps to cement our position as the leading jobs board in the digital sector.”

The addition of the Digital Design Career Zone means that Bubble Jobs now hosts four additional sites alongside its jobs board – all of which have been created to provide free help, advice and information for job seekers in the digital industry.

The launch of the new Career Zone also comes just a week after Bubble Jobs held a digital careers training workshop for university career advisors in the North East.

The event was held at the University of Leeds and was attended by 15 career advisors from universities including Leeds Beckett University, Newcastle University and Sheffield University. 


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