How’s your August going, everyone? Are you, like us, planning your September already? How do you feel about a new academic year?

No matter where you are in your life, in your twenties or if you have just turned thirty, finding the job of your dreams or, let alone, something you like is one of the most challenging tasks you will ever undertake.

When you become an adult, you entangle yourself with the joys of adulthood and often, what we like, what makes our heart smile and what it’s clearly something we are good at, becomes less important than, let’s say, pay the bills or put food on the table; and what if, on top of that, you also have a little online shopping addiction?

It’s difficult yet not impossible. Have a look at our next three creative jobs and do let us know if you find anything you like and are ready to take a big leap of faith this Tuesday.

Guitars Editor @ in Bath

They are looking for ” a creative, ambitious editor/writer with in-depth knowledge of guitar gear, playing and music to continue the growth of’s global audience”.

I mean, I would apply but I use my right-handed guitar (I am left-handed) as a clothes hanger so…

Click here to find out more.

International Public Speaker and Art Gallery Director @ Park West Gallery, London

This job is very much a leave everything behind and just go. Sounds heavily sales-based, which is not necessarily a bad thing, but I choose to see the artistic potential, opportunity behind it. Their advert:

“As an Art Sales Associate, you will live and work onboard a cruise ship. While assisting the art team and program onboard as an Associate, you will get on-the-job training through our Auctioneer Development Program with guided mentorship, with the goal of eventually leading your own program as Art Auctioneer. Through auctions, seminars, and other events, you will engage audiences in the world of art, helping them to gain appreciation and understanding.

After a career onboard, some of our auctioneers go in our land auction, VIP Sales, and shoreside management departments.”

Click here to find out more.

Project Administrator @ Arts Council of Wales, Cardiff

I particularly like this role as it really feels like you will have the chance to make a difference and contribute to the creative learning scene in Wales’ schools.

“The Welsh Government and Arts Council of Wales are collaborating on a major project to enhance the quality of creative learning in Wales’ schools. An ambitious programme of activity has been set out in an Arts and Creative Learning Plan. The Plan sets out a joint implementation strategy that enables the Arts Council and Welsh Government to work together to implement the recommendations contained in the Arts in Education review report (Smith 2013). We are looking for a Project Administrator to join our project team. The post holder will play an important role in supporting the whole team in the implementation of those recommendations.”

Click here to find out more.