by Kierston Drier
An adage in my family has long since been, “Some of the best jobs are the ones you don’t take.”
I can’t believe I am writing this, but for this first time since entering the world of film and television, I turned down work.
Not just turned it down, but walked away from a job that was handed to me. Walked out in the interview. And I firmly believe it was the right thing to do. I gathered enough information during the interview to understand that the show I was being offered a job in would be far more difficult than the reciprocation they were offering. I’m going to share with you some of the warning signs for what to look for and how to tell when it might be better to let a job pass you by.
KNOW HOW YOU GOT THE CALL
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