For most of us the life as an undergraduate is nearing its end and its time for the dreaded job search. Personally the thought of sending my resume to companies hoping to get a response back while trying to beat out the competition is the worst graduation gift anyone could give me. Just the idea of trying to present myself so that I not only look better than Chicago designers who are applying, but national and even international designers wears me out. I’m exhausted just thinking about it, but it is good to know that there are some websites dedicated to artists looking for jobs because we all know that places like Craiglist and Monster are not the best places to find jobs for our field. So for those of us who are on the dreaded job hunt, I have found a site that may be useful for you, Creativehotlist.com. I found this site by accident but so far I find it to be very useful for the job hunt. It’s dedicated to jobs strictly for designers/artists and you can search by jobs, companies and people, which is helpful when you’re looking for something specific. I find that the feature that makes this site better than most is that you can build a portfolio and a profile so that not only can you search for employers, but employers can search for you. It’s comforting to know that even when I’m sleeping, I’m still technically job searching.