Choosing a Career as a Model

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2001 - Art - 64 pages
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World of Work books feature easy-to-read text that offers much-needed information and resources for getting that job.

This is a great resource for teens who would like to pursue a career in modeling -- be it as a full-time runway model, dabbling as a catalog model, or as a plus-size model. The author discusses everything from finding an agent and putting together a portfolio to the various risks (eating disorders, drugs and alcohol) and responsibilities involved. By detailing both the pros and the cons of modeling, this title offers a refreshingly unbiased overview of a career that is often associated with excess and the creation of unrealistic images of the female body.


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i hate this book put more pages of the book on this


Starting Out
A Foot in the Door
Fashion Modeling
Commercial and Specialty Modeling
Responsibilities and Risks

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About the author (2001)

Cheryl L. Tobey Cheryl L. Tobey is an editor and freelance writer based in Chicago. Her articles have appeared in the Chicago Tribune and the Performing Arts Journal. She is currently working on a series of dance books for young adults.

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