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    1. 4.0
      Oct 12, 2014
      Contract Design Professional
      Current Contractor, more than 3 years
      Dallas, TX
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      • Good ability to match opportunity to skills/designer. • Steady source of variety of possible opportunities, along with spot projects to add to fill up a schedule. • Highly communicative and supportive office staff. If you're looking for a variety of short-term design opportunities to fill in around other more steady gigs, or if you're a new designer looking for assignments to build a portfolio, you'll do well with CC. I suspect those that grumble about their relationship with Creative Circle are the types that are most comfortable in a more structured work environment. CC expects you'll be able to do certain things like handle your own schedule, and conduct dealings with the client in a professional manner. To that point, my experience has been you get back what you put in. Share updates regularly, do high-caliber work, enhance your reputation with the CC recruiters and in a relatively short period of time, they'll be supplying you with a steady array of gigs aligned to your skills, or even putting you up for full time roles that are a comfortable fit. SImply stated, employ good work ethics, and be selective about the assignments you take on.


      Pay level per hour or salary-based are low, but assume that's also often by client insistence. Hard to add many more cons - I've gotten pretty much I was looking for as far as ancillary contract projects.

      1. 2.0
        Feb 22, 2022
        Content Writer
        Former Employee, more than 1 year
        Dallas, TX
        CEO Approval
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        They can get you work quickly, but it’s never a good fit


        Very low pay and no follow through.


        Thank you for your feedback. We work carefully with each of our candidates and strive to find opportunities that match their skillsets and wage expectations. I'm sorry you didn't experience this when working with us. Will you please email so we can learn more about what went wrong?

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