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Angelina Jolie has a new job!
As if being an actress, director, mother and philanthropist wasn't enough, the celebrity can now add "contributing editor" to her resume.
That's right! Time's editor-in-chief and CEO Edward Felsenthal announced on Wednesday that the Oscar winner has joined the magazine's team as a contributing editor.
According to the publication, Jolie will cover a variety of topics in her pieces, including displacement, conflict and human rights. The Maleficent star can certainly speak to these subjects. She has served as Special Envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees ever since 2012. Before that, she represented UNHCR as a Goodwill Ambassador for about 11 years. Throughout her time with the organization, Jolie has carried out about 60 field missions. She's also written for Time before. Back in April, she penned a piece about women's role in promoting peace in Afghanistan.