I have been fervently scouring job ads for jewelry related jobs
around the Bay Area, and I was wondering what my chances might be if
I had a Jewelry Technician Diploma from The Revere Academy. Would it
increase my chances of finding something? I am very interested in
the program, but I don’t have the luxury of taking classes just
because I enjoy them. It has to be more than just a hobby,
especially because it’s no cheap hobby that you can just start up on
a whim. Going though the JT program would have to be an investment.
I’d like to figure out if the cost of it will be offset by
opportunity. I’m not looking to make a killing at this…I know
having experience is key and you have to start a the bottom to hone
I am currently working at Publishing company (which may be slowly be
going out of business). I am fairly young, mid-twenties, not married
and I don’t own a home. I rent a place with my boyfriend for a
modest price for this area.
Does anyone have any insight on this? I would be ever so grateful.