What else can I check over before sending off resume's with examples of my work? I'm hoping someone will have a better understanding of what employers are likely to be looking for when they view the raw InDesign file for your layouts? So far i've made sure all of the following is correct to my best understanding but i'm looking for anything that I may have missed: - I've made sure stylesheets are used on all text (paragraph and character) - I've made sure my text boxes are linked - correct baseline's across multiple texts or pages - tracking/kerning/leading has all been checked. Does anything else come to mind that I should check before sending off examples of my raw InDesign files to employers? What's the best way of compiling the file for displaying on cdr? I'm hoping for entry level work somewhere, even if it's unpaid work to learn hands on and gain experience. Other than magazines/newspapers what sections of related industries can I look into that utilise page layout and graphic editing skills? I've been told to consider looking into promotion/marketing/advertising departments but i'm not entirely sure what was meant by that or where to begin looking. I'll be fresh out of university in a month or two so I have some time to work on this get it just right. I just need to get my foot in the door within a related field as i'm told most jobs go internally. Any suggestions appreciated.