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Animators are highly skilled and talented professionals who make still images come to life on screen. They may make on animations for commercials and computer games to pop videos and full-length movies. To be successful in this highly competitive field, animators must be artistic and creative and must have outstanding drawing skills. They must be interested in art and design and be able to stay focused for extended periods of time.
Criteria for getting hired may vary from one organization to another, depending on the work they are involved in. Completing a degree in Visual Arts, Computer Animation, or any related field will boost your employment prospects tremendously. Completing an internship is always a good idea as it allows you to watch an expert animator in action and pick up some invaluable tips.
The best way to demonstrate your skills as an animator to prospective employers is by putting together a portfolio containing some of your best work. Carry it along to your interview and show your animation work to your interviewer. At Mock Questions, you will find a long list of potential questions you are likely to be asked at your interview. Going through these questions and thinking about how you reply is a great way to practice for your upcoming interview.