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Have you ever looked at how much fun fashion brands like Revolve and Everlane have on the job and wonder what it would take for you to score a dreamy gig like that? In addition to requiring hardwork, dedication, and — most importantly — skill, stylish tech-savvy jobs like those also require an elevated understanding of social media and it's influence on the fashion world.
One company that understands what today's millenial-driven businesses are looking for in new hires is The Workshop LA, a fashion and lifestyle creative agency based in beautiful Venice. Founded by Audrey Okulick, the full-service recruiting firm specializes in creative and corporate staffing in the fashion industry. Many of their job openings are posted on their Instagram, and the company is known for dropping career knowledge and inspiration using the #recruitingrevolution hashtag.
Given that Okulick is a tech genius and a true fashion vet (she worked in the industry for more than 10 years in both New York and LA before launching her own company), we asked her to roundup seven crucial tips for using the power of social media and the internet to score a job everyone will be jealous of.