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What jobs in technology require the most creativity?

Everyone tells me that I am very creative, and I really want to get a job in technology. What careers do you suggest? #technology #human-resources #creativity

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Leslie’s Answer

Designer
Web Developer
Digital Product designer

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Theresa’s Answer

Most jobs in technology require creativity. Some jobs require creativity to design or build something. Some jobs require problem solving creativity and others require creativity in managing multiple requests and priorities. I would suggest that you consider what type of creativity you enjoy most and then look at potential jobs where you can use this great strength of yours.
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Katelyn’s Answer

There are so many jobs out there that require some sort of creativity, other than what you would normally think of. I currently create graphics and communications for our internal employees to drive engagement and excitement in the work place. Of course there are those jobs like graphic designer, web designer, etc. that deal specifically with only doing those things but you may also need to branch out and look into other avenues where you may be able to utilize these same talents among others as well.

Katelyn recommends the following next steps:

Brush up on Adobe Photoshop and other Creative Suite Applications
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Vandana’s Answer

Ali,


Needless to say, every field of work does require some amount of creativity.
Steve Jobs was a creative genius.
Creative problem solving is required in almost all areas including technology. Some of my very creative friends are software programmers, instructional designers, marketing experts, audio engineers etc.


All the best. May you have a great career!

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Sarah’s Answer

There are so many! It depends on what you are looking to do and more than likely you can make whatever you are passionate about into a career. If you like art, you can look into digital art, animation and illustration. If you like coding, you can look into creating apps, building websites or working for a tech company creating content. My advice would be, find what part of being creative you are passionate about and then see where that fits in tech! Good luck!

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