15 Perfect Jobs for People Who Like Organizing

Discover the most ideal and high-paying jobs for people who love organizing and planning.

Organizing jobs

Are you known for organizing everything in sight? Do you live by a regimented to-do list? And are you currently considering which career path to take?

If so, then you’ve come to the right place! Within this article, we will walk you through 15 jobs that are ideal for those who love planning, tidying up and organizing!

Here are 15 great jobs suitable for organized people.

1. Event planner

Event Planner organizing

Average annual salary: $50,600 (£37,050)

Event planning is stressful for most people, but not for someone like you! Type A personality types thrive in time-sensitive situations, which is why becoming an event planner is a good option. Typical tasks include keeping track of details like costs, guest lists, décor, accommodation, invitations, schedules and so forth.

2. Public relations specialist

Organized Public Relations Specialist

Average annual salary: $61,150 (£44,770)

Becoming a public relations specialist takes a lot of dedication and patience, but it’s a great challenge for someone who loves organization! A PR specialist’s role usually involves liaising with influencers and publicists to ensure that the company or brand you represent is presented in the correct light.

Behind the scenes, a PR specialist is also responsible for a lot of administrative work, which involves filing and spreadsheets.

3. Personal assistant

Personal Assistant helping

Average annual salary: $39,850 (£29,180)

As a personal assistant, you’ll be responsible for managing your boss’ daily schedule. You’ll be required to organize their calendar, confirm appointments, arrange for business trips and run any other errands that they might need throughout the day. On top of that, you’ll have your spreadsheets and daily tasks to keep you on your toes.

4. Professional home organizer

Professional Home Organizer

Average annual salary: $87,550 (£64,110)

If you love organizing, you’ve probably heard of The Home Edit’s famous owners Joanna Teplin and Clea Shearer; two women renowned for organizing people’s houses, including top celebrities like Reese Weatherspoon and Khloe Kardashian. These ladies have single-handedly made this profession popular.

If you love to organize pantries and closets, consider following in their footsteps and becoming a professional home organizer.

5. Wedding planner

organized wedding planner

Average annual salary: $50,600 (£37,050)

Similar to event planning, wedding planning also requires plenty of attention to detail and patience. As a wedding planner, you’ll be responsible for organizing someone’s special day, selecting the colour scheme, liaising with vendors and ensuring everything runs smoothly on the big day.

6. Visual merchandiser

Visual Merchandiser organizing

Average annual salary: $27,680 (£20,270)

Visual merchandisers are responsible for the display of products and garments throughout stores in their geographical area. They usually follow a style-guide provided by the head merchandiser and ensure that all products look appealing and encourage shoppers to make purchases while they are in the store.

7. Travel agent

travel agent career

Average annual salary: $40,660 (£29,770)

Travel agents not only recommend holiday destinations and have a wealth of knowledge about the countries that they are selling, but they also need great organizational skills. They are responsible for preparing itineraries and packages, arranging invoices, booking flights and tours, and making restaurant reservations. It takes a lot of skill to ensure that the itinerary is booked as promised and that the timings are correct throughout their clients’ trips.

8. Project manager

Organized Project Manager

Average annual salary: $66,140 (£48,440)

Project managers can be found within any organization. Their main duty is to ensure that ongoing projects run smoothly. They create tasks and delegate them accordingly by overviewing a team’s progress and efficiency. To succeed in this role, you will need great organizational skills and to be able to trust the team that you’ve hired.

9. Real estate agent

Real Estate Agent

Average annual salary: $50,730 (£37,150)

The role of a real estate agent is fast-paced and extremely hectic. You must be able to organize your day, which will include viewings and locations, as well as managing lots of paperwork; involving client details, invoicing and buying/letting contracts. Besides this, you’ll usually be working against targets to gain a certain commission amount per month.

10. Logistics manager

Logistics Manager instructing

Average annual salary: $74,750 (£54,750)

Logistics managers are responsible for planning, directing and coordinating various departments, including purchasing, distribution, forecasting and customer services. They must ensure that the operations between these departments run smoothly and effectively.

11. Lawyer


Average annual salary: $122,960 (£90,060)

Becoming a lawyer requires a lot of hard work, skills and organization. Besides studying for over four years, you’ll need to practice for another two or three before you obtain a training contract and qualify as a lawyer.

Throughout your studies and work-life, you’ll need great organizational skills to work on multiple cases simultaneously, highlight evidence and make notes to ensure your work is carried out thoroughly. It’s a job that requires a lot of effort, but it is highly rewarding once you become a professional lawyer.

12. Proofreader


Average annual salary: $46,500 (£34,060)

Editing and proofreading require a lot of patience and attention to detail. As a proofreader, you’ll be responsible for spotting and correcting the smallest mistakes. And after hours on end of starring at the same screen, it can get tiresome.

That said, it’s a job that is perfect for an organizational guru like yourself. You’ll form your own method of working to ensure you’re getting through all the pending content in time!

13. Housekeeper

Housekeeper organizing clothes

Average annual salary: $24,850 (£18,200)

While this isn’t considered to be one of the most glamorous jobs out there, it’s ideal for organized people who like to clean and tidy up. You’ll gain immense satisfaction after every spotless room or household. To work through a handful of hotel rooms in an allocated time, you’ll need to have great organizational skills and ensure that you don’t get side-tracked.

14. Interior designer

Interior Designer

Average annual salary: $56,040 (£41,040)

Interior designers have a knack for knowing what colours, fabrics and styles mesh together to create a breath-taking and inviting space. But besides being creative and artsy, they also must possess great organization skills to liaise with different clients and vendors.

In addition, they must ensure that everything looks tidy, uncluttered and presentable. Therefore, it’s a job that requires a handful of very specific skills and a friendly personality.

15. Training and development specialist

Training and Development Specialist

Average annual salary: $61,210 (£44,830)

Training and development specialists spend a lot of their time working with organizations to ensure their staff are up to date with the latest procedures and that they are fully trained to perform well on the job.

They can be found working in-house with various teams or travelling to different companies to help with specific training issues. It’s a job that requires a lot of preparation and organization; especially if you hold a permanent role within a company.

You’ll need to prepare manuals and other paperwork, check employees’ work performance and then offer critical remarks to upper management, as well as carrying out quarterly or yearly appraisals.


As you can see, there’s a wide range of jobs available to all different types of professionals, from entry-level to executive. If you have great organizational skills, all you need is the dedication to perform well in the role that you’ve selected.

Which role has grabbed your attention? Let us know by joining in on the conversation below.

This article is an updated version of an earlier article originally published on 4 October 2015.