Becoming a Creative WriterBe a creative writer
Becoming a creative writer
When you have always had a penchant for typing, a careers that you can definitely go full time is that of a creative writer. They create contents for textbooks, journals, advertisements or any other printed work. Possession of literacy and technological know-how and creativeness about the art of typing is the first prerequisite for being a creative writer, but it is not the only one.
Today, more and more creative authors are being recruited to work on-line, and as such you need to know about content management systems and new softwares. They also need to have discerning mindsets, as they need to be able to grasp and type new notions.
Not everyone is interested in a creative writing profession. However, even without them there are authors who are satisfied because they know that they can live and breathe what they do. As many creative authors work as freelancers, the opportunity to work at your own speed and in your own spare hour is another stimulus to become one.
You can work in various fields as a creative writer. They can get a career in the information technology sector, the professionals, science and technology service sectors and even in the leisure, education and even music. Staff authors work full-time in the office during normal working time. Most authors, however, are self-employed and work as such in their home office or wherever they have a computer with interface.
The Occupational Employment and Wages of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that from May 2013 onwards writer and writer have been receiving an average salary of $69,250 per year. On May 2012, the company announced that the highest pay for novelists and playwrights in the business of providing professionals, scientists and engineers was $61,630.
People in the art, leisure and learning sectors received $59,290, while those in the learning sector received $52,340. Prospects for the careers of novelists and playwrights are designed for gradual economic expansion from 2012 to 2022. With a 3 per cent unemployment ratio, the prospects are below the general occupational profile.
Nevertheless, the need for creative authors in on-line publication will continue to increase. Moreover, the increasing prevalence of self-publishing will also allow more creative authors to create their own textbooks, post them on web sites and make extra cash. However, for authors who want to work in printed media, job creation is becoming increasingly competitive as the publisher sector will be in a downturn.
As a rule, creative authors have a Bachelor's diploma. As this job requires a good command of the written language, a diploma in English, journalists or communication is recommend. The maintenance of an online blogs will also help a creative writer expose that could result in remunerated job prospects.