Using your creativity doesn’t mean you’re doomed to poverty; starving in a garret for the sake of your art is strictly optional.
However, your choice of career inevitably has implications for your future earning power and lifestyle.
These are some career areas that are generally thought of as creative: Interested in a career in fashion design?
Check out our tips for university interviews for fashion design degrees.
We need others with the same—because iron sharpens iron.
The thing I love the most is that we're selling more than just products. We want people to be free from the chains of these problems so they can do what they were meant to do. We experience resistance every day, because what we believe is absolutely countercultural.
You can get a quick overview of career paths in magazine, newspaper and online journalism and film, TV and radio from our advice on job options in the media. Find out about internships and graduate careers in the media, journalism and publishing from our graduate careers site uk.
Our advice on getting into marketing as a school leaver or graduate is included in our business careers section.
If you’re considering doing a degree, you can find out more about internships and graduate careers in marketing, advertising and PR from our graduate careers site uk.
Employment in the creative industries is typically less structured and formal than in other industries, but the high levels of competition for work can make it difficult for both school leavers and graduates to get a break. If you’re interested in using your creativity in a different industry, you’ve got plenty of options.