If you’re a creative wondering how to get started in a career that isn’t graphic design or music production, here’s a list of unexpected career paths you can consider.
User Experience (UX) Researcher: UX is becoming the norm. Soon enough, it won’t be a specialised role, but rather a part of how we do everyday design. However, UX researchers are already in demand, and it is projected that this will only increase. UX Researchers focus on understanding and improving the user experience of products and services. Additional skills like empathy and a passion to tell people’s stories really help too.
Science Illustrator: Science illustrators use their artistic talents to visually represent complex scientific concepts. You could be creating detailed illustrations for textbooks, scientific journals, museums, and other educational materials, making science more accessible and engaging.
Sustainability Consultant: Sustainability consultants work with businesses and organisations to develop environmentally friendly and socially responsible practices. Problem solving is a highly creative activity and you could help find innovative solutions to reduce waste, conserve resources, and promote sustainability.
Art Therapist: Art therapists help individuals explore and express their emotions and improve their mental well-being. Creative thinkers can facilitate healing and personal growth through artistic self-expression.
Outdoor Muralist: Create large-scale outdoor murals that celebrate nature, culture, or community. Use your artistic talents to transform public spaces into vibrant works of art. Schools, hospitals, community centres, and many more will commission artists, and what could be a better portfolio?
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