We think of creators as those who make art or content, but anyone who creates solutions to problems is a creator. Sometimes these solutions take concrete form and sometimes they are conceptual.
Contrary-wise, someone who makes things off of someone else’s instructions is a non-creator – even if the creation is virtual, digital, or conceptual. For example, factory workers and digital marketing interns are probably both non-creators.
Most people are both creators and non-creators in different walks of life.
Thus, anyone who makes art, content, or solutions that have an economic or other kind of value is a creator.