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Creative Writing: Sample of Possible Occupations


Arranger
Creative Director     
Orchestrator
Associate Media Director     
Critic     
Patient Relations Specialist
Author     
Crossword Puzzle Maker     
Playwright
Biographer     
Editor     
Poet
Book Reviewer
Editorial Writer     
Program Proposals Coordinator
Broadcast Supervisor     
Electronic Publishing     
Project Supervisor    
Spokesperson     
Teacher

Columnist     
Fact Checker     
Proofreader
Commentator        
Public Relations
Composer      
Publications Specialist
Continuity Writer     
Librettist     
Publicity Assistant
Copy Editor     
Lobbyist     
Publicity Director
Copywriter     
Lyricist
Reporter
Sales Service
Promoter     
Medical Writer     
Researcher


1 Excerpted from O*Net OnLine, US Department of Labor by the National Center for O*Net Development

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