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What would be a good job for someone like me in the fields of writing, film and communication?

Ya Boi

I recently graduated from college with a bachelors in film and media and a masters in communication. It's been a month and I've applied to nineteen jobs, with six rejecting me so far. I've applied for various jobs that would involve writing, but I'm not sure if I would enjoy them. To anyone in the same field, what jobs do you find most enjoyable and the most stressful?


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I'm not working in that field, but it sounds like it would be fairly interesting, also probably highly competitive to get employment in? You probably just have to persevere.

What area did you see yourself in when you were studying the degree? What did you enjoy most? Sounds like writing wasn't what you wanted to do most?


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Maybe look into working for Audible. You get experience and there are no social distractions. You read what other people wrote so that they can have audio book(s). During the time you aren't doing audible, you can be inspired to do your own writing. Maybe your own book or novelette can later become an audiobook as well.

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