Instagram doesn’t need to just be the place where you stalk your ex, scroll through endless dog pics, and watch as one by one your friends announce their engagements.
Here are 16 of our favourite accounts to follow if you want to level-up your career. Whether you’re a freelancer or happily employed, these accounts all share invaluable information and tips for getting the most out of your working week and your skillset.
The Freelance Sessions (@thefreelancesessions)
The Freelance Sessions is perfect for freelance and budding journalists, as well as any creative who sets their own fees and has to pitch their ideas.
Underpinned is a hub for freelancers looking for advice, support, and to take their business to the next level.
Hollie Hilton (@freelancehollie)
Hollie Hilton is a social media strategist with invaluable tips on boosting your digital impact.
The Freelance Kit (@thefreelancekit)
The Freelance Kit are a community for freelancers, and they share great mantras, memes, and tips on their account.
Desk Life Project (@desklifeproject)
Desk Life Project share tips for a healthier work-from-home set up, plus some desk inspo that we’re desperate to copy for ourselves.
Sean McCabe (@seanwes)
Sean McCabe is a podcaster and author who shares brilliant bite-sized lessons and advice on building your brand.
Career Contessa (@careercontessa)
If you want tips and information on how to have a more fulfilling, successful work life multiple times a day, you’ve got to follow Career Contessa.
Bossed Up (@bosseduporg)
Bossed Up share beautifully designed pick-me-ups, facts, and quotes to help you have the best career you can.
Create & Cultivate (@createcultivate)
With their own podcast to accompany their joyous feed or encouraging advice, Create & Cultivate are definitely one to follow.
Entrepreneur are definitely a bit more earnest than the other accounts we’ve included in this list, but they’re a total powerhouse when it comes to really knowing the world of business.
Lean In (@leaninorg)
Lean In are a female-focussed hub for women looking to smash their career and a glass ceiling or two.
Mehar Sindhu Batra (@msbvision)
Mehar Sindhu Batra shares great tips and approachable videos to help you accelerate your career.
Jerry Lee (@jerryjhlee)
Looking for engaging videos to help you start your dream career, or get into your dream uni? Jerry Lee’s your guy.
Tori Dunlap (@herfirst100k)
You can be the most talented person in the world, but if your finances are in a mess, your business is going to be too – Tori Dunlap is here to explain how to get that £££.
The Self Hood (@the_self_hood)
If your work involves any kind of online element – whether that be content creation, strategy, newsletters – we can’t recommend following Daisy at The Self Hood enough.
With two accounts sharing advice which will help you build the career you want, Priya Yadav is a must-follow.