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alright /3/ I just went thru 2 years of technical school. But I'm worried about finding a job.

they tell us that all you need is a portfolio that shows what you know and how skilled you are, how well you know pipeline/workflow, etc. which is a given.

But what we get aside from an education is a 2-year diploma. Not a degree, a diploma. Am I fucked?

Assuming I have an industry grade portfolio which demonstrates my competency and skill, what are my chances of getting hired?
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The portfolio is sufficient. You will have to do extra work to network sell your work and get hired. But if you are good you can get a job.
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What's you rportfolio like

Do you have any talent or did you just scrape by




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