Hi, I was laid off a few months back because our company is now switching to intensive use on automation. I was unprepared for it; I assumed, wrongly, that my job was an iron bowl. I thought I would be safe – I had years of experience, I brought in substantial deals for the company, and I was also mentor to many of my younger co-workers. But still, it was not apparently enough.
I found that I was not called for as many interviews as I thought I would be, given my experience. And when I do get the chance to attend an interview, I find myself competing with fresh graduates who definitely cannot command my pay-scale. I can go on with the benefits of employing me, but the fact was – no company was considering me.
Just when I thought my luck was totally down, I stumbled upon VOGenesis; it came up as an option as I was researching for alternative forms of making income.
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Why is voiceover work being recommended? Importantly of all, the service can be provided in the space of a home, a home business. It is in fact a lucrative industry: producers are always on a lookout for new voiceover talent. Gone are the days when you need to go over Hollywood to attend an audition. Now, an app will do!
And as long as you have the proper training and some basic equipment, you can build your career up from there!
If you think voiceover work don’t pay much, look no further than many celebrities who made it by starting from voiceover. Meg Ryan voiced as Dr. Blight in the animated series “Captain Planet” from 1990 – 1991. We also have Amanda Bynes, the voice behind Taffy in “Rugrats” from 2001 – 2006. And of course we have the late talented actor Robin Williams who had a rich collection of voiceover nods under his belt. Get started today