I would offer my job as a great writing job, Instructional Design. You can look up that job title online. I get to create training for people in corporate environments. It can be challenging to create training that meets the need without using too much time. I get to create web-based training and videos. Videos can still be creative as we often have to re-create scenarios if we cannot record people doing the job. I also write training that is taught by an instructor. I basically write the script for the training that they are going to teach.
I'll expand on them a little to say creative writing helps in just about every job position, regardless if it involves writing or not. The reason? Because the skills that make that kind of writing possible are all about being able to tell a story, which informs any kind of interaction, presentation, or proposal. I've even taken my creative writing into the technical writing field, which may sound like a mismatch, but that story-telling aspect, knowing how to present information so it can be understood, has provided me a solid and long career...without having to give up the other aspects of my writing.
If you're looking explicitly and only to write creatively, and not for corporate (which has been covered above) look into the entertainment fields film/tv/streaming. Obvious, I'm sure. In this case, you're going to have to build up a credible portfolio. Basically, start writing. Write every day. Produce your own podcast to showcase said writing. And then submit your work, accept the inevitable mountain of rejections until you find your way in. It can happen, but you need some really tough skin in that field or the guts to go it on your own. I collect 100s of rejections for every sale I make in fiction.