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    Hey everyone,

    So I had a job interview, as well as a trial run for a Graphic Design job at an agency. While I was there, I was told that I would have to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement contract) to say that I would be unable to upload any work I produced there onto my website. Now, I can understand this from an agency's perspective and understand that an NDA is common, but I was also told that while working for them, I would have to have my portfolio website taken down. (Possibly because of competition, as I can't think of any other reason)? So, my question is to all graphic designers, what is your stance on this and have you ever experienced this before?

    Thank you.
 
 
 
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