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How are career pathways navigated by humanities graduates?

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After initially thinking art school served no link to future work I found that it was the perfect education for a job that, at the time of my graduation, had not even been invented yet.

Twenty years later I’ve decided to revisit this question – with a potential project in mind – to help creative arts and humanities students and graduates explore career pathways.

I’m currently conducting research interviews and seekingĀ participants for 45-60 minute conversation to explore the needs and experiences of students and graduates of creative arts, humanities, and related degrees in relation to career pathways.

This audience research will inform a concept for a potential new website. The website aims to share career journeys and stories of arts graduates who are advanced in their careers to help current students and graduates navigate their ambiguous futures.

If you would like to participate or have any comments or thoughts on the general concept please do comment here.

By Erietta Sapounakis

Design manager & human centred designer. I write about design practice and report back on agile, UX, digital, service design and other meet-ups that I go to in Sydney.

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