One option is to look for a job involving filmmaking. I had the luck to get hired at a communication department where they needed a film maker to make communicational/promotional movies and also a lot of e-learning movies. I am educated as a journalist and learned myself to work with movie (in an amature way). But during my work at the communication department I learned so much, about film making, but also about working professionally and commercially. In my spare time (I work 4 days a week) I try to get jobs that I am more interested in personally (like editing a documentary).
I noticed more and more companies are interested in the use of movie. Maybe try to actively contact companies if they are interested in having a film maker in their team. Good luck with it.