If you're anything like me and have moments of crippling self doubt even when you're actually doing reasonably well, it's sometimes useful to do a bit of reading. If you're worried about future employment (which I was/still am), here are some useful links and books to peruse to get your self-esteem back and your organisational cap on.
Interviews of studios including but not limited to: Magpie Studio, Browns & OK-RM
David Airey has thousands of really good articles for students/freelancers about what to do/how to make it in the industry, here are two:
Roberto Blake did an in depth article about building a personal brand, which may or may not be useful to the average student. It is still a good read though!
Rob Bye has some tips on how to land a first job:
As does Juliette Cezar:
This is full of great interviews:
Barton, G. (2016) Don’t Get a Job… Make a Job: How to Make it as a Creative Graduate. London: Laurence King Publishing
Bilz, S. (2007) The Little Know-It-All: Common Sense for Designers. Edited by Robert Klanten, Mika Mischler and Silja Bilz. Berlin: Die Gestalten Verlag GmbH & Co. KG
Philippin, F. and Kiosoglou, B. (2013) I Used to be a Design Student: Then Now. London: Laurence King Publishing.
Shaughnessy, A. (2010) How to be a graphic designer without losing your soul. London: Laurence King Publishing