The If You Could Jobs weekly: making your creative career and finances align

Actionable tips from creatives on negotiating and knowing your worth – and the latest exciting job opportunities.

17 June 2022

In anticipation of its first annual salary report launch this month, If You Could Jobs spoke to people across the creative industry about the money lessons they’ve taken on board in their careers so far. Here you’ll find some actionable steps and tips from their experiences about knowing your worth and negotiation.

“What you’re worth isn’t just the sum of a fee or salary you’re offered. It’s also about how a company values you as a person. It’s about your peace of mind, and your feeling welcome and able to contribute, in an environment that tells you you’re valued, and in an environment where you are able to believe that to be true.”

Click the link to read this week’s focus on the If You Could Journal.

Built by creatives, for creatives, If You Could Jobs is a quick and easy way to browse hundreds of opportunities across the industry. Whether you’re taking your first step or making your next move, from big agencies to boutique studios, full-time and freelance, our team approves every role to make sure it’s relevant.

Below is this week’s edit of jobs posted on If You Could Jobs.

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Liz Gorny

Liz (she/they) joined It’s Nice That as news writer in December 2021. After graduating in Film from The University of Bristol, she worked freelance, writing for independent publications such as Little White Lies, INDIE magazine and design studio Evermade.

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