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If you are the creative type, the sort of person who likes to look beneath the surface of things to see how they work or the sort who likes to make things, then you should choose a career where those characteristics can flourish. That can often be easier said than done, there is stiff competition when it comes to creative roles and you must work hard to achieve success. In order to get that success it’s important that you try to elect a career as early possible so that you can study the relevant subjects throughout your education and give you the best chance to get a job. Today we’re going to take a look at some of the careers that you could choose from in order to display your creative strengths.


Engineers really make the World go round, they are the creators of our transport, our medicines, our computers and our cities, being an engineer is a very well respected and well paid job. There is a world of options available to you as an engineer with several different types of industries to choose from. There are opportunities for real success in the engineering industry if you can work up the ladder and maybe one day even own a company like Anura Leslie Perera. People like Anura who worked across a variety of industries in his engineering career before starting his own aerospace firm are an inspiration for anyone looking at engineering as a career path.

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Web design, fashion design, production/set design, interior design, these are just some of the areas of design that you could go into if you have a an eye for style. Designers are relied upon for almost all businesses across the World in some capacity or another and it can often be a well paid job with good prospects. The industry can be hard to break into, it’s important that you always try to create something original and work hard to network and discuss your ideas with people in the industry. Look for internships or gratis work to learn more about the design field and improve your chances of getting a job.


For most photography lovers the idea of being paid to spend your days taking photographs may seem like the ideal job. Whilst being a photographer can be a very stable and well paid job, it is worth noting that the chances of great success are very hard to come by and it will take a lot of work and a little luck. Many photographers work freelance, the ideal situation is to find work with a particular business or company ,many of them however prefer to hire photographers by the job. Despite this, the internet has opened up far more opportunities for photographers giving them a wider platform to display their work. If you decide to work as a freelance photographer then, like with any freelance role, you must be prepared to receive erratic pay and face the possibility of going periods of time without pay.

Hermes and Burberry’s financial results for Q3 of 2015 have beaten analysts’ expectations.

The figures come at a challenging time for luxury brands in the key Asia-Pacific region, including China.

Hermes sales rose by 7.9% in Q3 on a like-for-like basis, ahead of forecasts, helped by demand for leather goods and ready-to-wear fashion.

Meanwhile, Burberry reported a better-than-expected 3% rise in first-half underlying profit.

The maker of trench coats and cashmere scarves said it made a pre-tax profit of £153 million ($233 million) in the six months to September 30.Luxury brands financial results

Burberry also said its comparable store sales improved in its third quarter compared with the second.

Meanwhile, Hermes stuck to its target of increasing annual sales by 8% at constant exchange rates.

It said that in the quarter Japan had delivered 16.6% like-for-like growth, and Europe 14.8%.

However, Asia-Pacific growth, excluding Japan, dwindled to 1.5% amid “a difficult context in Hong Kong, Macao and to a lesser extent in continental China”.

In October, Burberry had also warned of an increasingly challenging environment for luxury goods in China and Hong Kong.

Last month, LVMH, the world’s biggest luxury group, said the summer stock market collapse in China had hit sales, particularly at its flagship Louis Vuitton brand.

Cosmetics giant L’Oreal has also warned that demand for its luxury products has suffered a slowdown in Hong Kong and at airports.