The dialogue: you have a few ideas for how to make it more engaging.
Context: you can think of one or two other games, images, or movies that are similar to this.
The dashboard: you’re interested in what metrics are shown there and what defines optimal performance.
The graphics: you have a few ideas for how to improve the layout, lighting, or imagery to make it more interesting.
You’ve joined a startup that designs and sells tabletop board games. Several areas of their operations sorely need to be updated to keep up with the pace of their growth. Which activity appeals to you the most?
Whether it's planning the annual meeting for a learned society, organizing a fundraiser for a nonprofit, or setting up virtual learning modules for new hires - this could be a great way for you to apply your organizational skills and insider knowledge about a specific field or community.
You could help shape the vision for a cultural nonprofit, increase donations to a community center, or oversee an arts foundation. If you are a leader, strong communicator, strategic thinker, and planner you might be on your way to working towards a career in nonprofit leadership.
You love organization, planning, and details. Jobs in operations and administration are available across a variety of organizations, which means that you have a high likelihood of finding a job at an organization whose mission or product aligns with your interests.
Why not help an aquarium plan their exhibit schedule, find more efficient ways for your local community center to track donor data, or contact keynote speakers for a conference? A wide range of organizations (from industry to nonprofits) have openings for Program Managers.
You have all the answers (or know where to find them). As knowledge manager, you are in charge of maintaining information systems and training others on using them. Your research skills, teaching experience, and experience working with databases of different types will be a benefit!
If you obtained a degree in the humanities or liberal arts then chances are excellent then you are no stranger to research. This section touches on career options that draw on these skills and others that you may have.
Most organizations maintain a social media presence these days, which means that you have a high likelihood of finding a job at an organization whose mission or product aligns with your interests. This means that you could apply your writing skills, ability to connect with audiences, and your unique insight into the subject or community.
If your degree is in creative writing, journalism, literature, or a language, then chances are that you have honed your writing skills over the years. This section covers full-time and freelance options for writing jobs.
Museum jobs will be of particular interest to anyone with area studies degrees, anthropology, history, or related fields. While many may believe this work is out of reach without a Museum Studies degree, the reality is that a variety of jobs will not explicitly require this degree.
Jobs in graphic design and even user experience research are available across a variety of organizations, which means that you have a high likelihood of finding a job at an organization whose mission or product aligns with your interests.