(G) Independent worker
CGH: You are a master creative who prefers lots of creative autonomy in your job at a stable company.
You are a super creative. You see and recognize beauty and you know how to create it. Maybe you’re the person with the Instagram feed full of insanely beautiful photos. Maybe you have incredible taste in music, and everyone asks you make them playlists – including your own compositions. Maybe words are your forte and you write things that make people laugh, cry and see the world differently. Maybe you create visual art that will absolutely hang in museums someday, if it doesn’t already. Maybe you do all of this and more. The bottom line, is you are an artist.
In your work, you love it when someone says, “here’s a problem, no go figure out how to solve it.” You’re a creative problem-solver and you like open-ended assignments where you have the freedom to do it your way. You are the ultimate “self-starter.” You are happy to show up everyday and define the work that needs to be done and in what order. You’re really good at being your own boss.
Your ideal job is working for a company (studio, agency, firm, etc.) with co-workers, benefits, perks, culture and growth opportunities. As long as you do your job well, you have security and the opportunity to advance. The job may be at an office or remote, but you like knowing where you’re going to be working from one day to the next.
Your ideal Industry Jobs:
- SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER
- PHOTO MANAGER
- MUSIC EXECUTIVE
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