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How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

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How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

Back in February, Tone Deaf reported on a study by Entertainment Assist, a charity that helps people working in the Australian music industry, which illustrated why it may not be such a good idea to work in the Australian music industry.

 

While the article was widely discussed across our social media channels, the general sentiment from readers was one of optimism. Regardless of the hardships that seem endemic in the industry, it’s hard to give up on a dream.

 

Well, for those tenacious readers out there who are still hell bent on working in music, it may be a good idea to find out just what kind of remuneration you can expect. Thankfully, Billboard have gone ahead and crunched the numbers.

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

 

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

How Much Different Jobs In The Music Industry Actually Pay

 

 

 

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