Interesting Careers for Creative People


Are you imaginative and love to spend time thinking about new designs, places to photograph, or maybe how to improve your make-up routine? If your answer is yes, then you’re one of the creative people looking for their place under the sun. You’ll find a myriad of creative jobs out there, and if you don’t – you can always start your career. Let’s see what you, as a creative person, can do with your skills.

Tattoo artists

Do you have a knack for drawing and sketching? If you’ve always loved spending time drawing and putting your imagination down to paper, then a career in tattoo artistry can be your ticket to success. First, think about becoming someone’s apprentice and learning the rope about the use of all the machinery and the entire process that goes on in a tattoo studio. Later on, you can advance and become a leading tattoo artist and even open a shop of your own.

Graphic design career

If dabbling around with needless and being in contact with other people isn’t your thing, but you still want to spend time creating an enticing visual design, we have a suggestion for you. A career in graphic design may just be your cup of tea. You can work from the comfort of your home and choose when during the day you want to work and when you want to rest and look for inspiration for future works.

Make-up and beauty industry

With so many make-up products launching left and right, it’s difficult to stay immune to the effects of the beauty industry. Trying out new foundations, blushes and eyelash extensions might as well be put to good use. How about you take one of those certified beauty courses and start your journey as a make-up artist? Gather your besties and have them assist you in your practice lessons as they sit and have you work on their make-up. You can never know where the next stroke of a make-up brush will lead you and allow you to create some of the most eccentric looks. You can even end up in Hollywood working on celebrity make-up looks and earn some serious money.


Today, when we have high-definition cameras on our phones everyone thinks they can be a photographer. However, if you manage to take exceptional photographs without even trying too hard and you are always looking for new ways to improve your skills, then a photography career could be something that will bring you satisfaction and a decent profit. Investing in a professional camera will pay off in the long run, so start looking for those iconic shots and one day, you may end up taking pictures for some of the famous magazines.


Is dancing in your blood? Do you happen to be in the spotlight at every party with your trademark moves? If so, you should consider a career in choreography. Letting the music lead you is one thing, but if  

you can come up with more than a few dance routines, you can count on a very successful career in choreography. Gather a few of your friends and kids from the neighbourhood and start slow. Eventually, you can even open your dance studio and go on tour with many famous musicians.

Final thoughts

Creativity allows you to explore so many options for your career. Depending on your affinities, you can be anything from a tattoo artist to a graphic designer, a make-up artist or a photographer. Whatever it is, you should make the most of it. Take courses, practice all the time and look for inspiration even in the most random situations.

About the Author

Jasmine Anderson is a Sydney based lifestyle blogger and a toddler mom. She loves to spend quality time with her family, go thrifting, and spend just a little bit too much time on the internet.


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