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#17) Working Not Working: The Best Way To Find Creative Jobs

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Three Sentence Summary:

  1. Working Not Working is a job board tailored for creatives.
  1. It has around 200+ full-time, part-time, and contract opportunities for designers, writers, developers, artists, marketers, and more.
  1. If you’re looking to land a role as a creative pro, this is a great place to look!

A job board for creatives

Working Not Working is a job board that’s tailored for creatives that has approximately 200+ opportunities. A few of the job verticals that you can filter for are:

  • UX/UI designer
  • Content strategist
  • Product designer
  • Editor
  • Producer 
  • Animator
  • Typographer
  • Back end developer
  • Front end developer
  • Creative director
  • Copywriter
  • Writer
  • Illustrator
  • Artist
  • VFX artist
  • Event producer
  • Game designer

Working Not Working also doubles as a networking site where you can build a profile and chat with current employees working at 7,000+ companies like Nike, Apple, Netflix, and more. If you have a dream company that you want to work for, this can be a creative way to get your foot in the door.

How Much Can I Make?

This is entirely dependent on the job that you apply for.

However, Working Not Working does a good job of displaying a range of expected wages for each role. Wages are displayed as either an hourly wage or an annual salary.

For example, a job might advertise that it pays $50-$75 per hour. Or, it could just say $100k-$150k annually.

Getting Started

If you’re a creative that’s currently looking for your next opportunity then it’s definitely worth creating a profile on Working Not Working. This will let you apply to their active job listings and also start networking with creatives who currently work for your dream company.

You can do that by creating a profile here.

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