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How To Get A Music Job

Find out how to get a job in the music industry through the following list.

  1. Who is hiring for music jobs?

    There are thousands of companies in the music industry that are actively seeking talent just like you. From the major record labels to streaming services, find jobs in the music industry that are suitable for you.

  2. Are there any music jobs near me?

    We can help you find music jobs that are available for you. Go to the Music Jobs Near Me page or use the search box above to search for thousands of jobs from various music industry related companies.

  3. There are no music jobs near me – what should I do?

    Even if there are no music jobs hiring in your city, the music industry does work in a remote environment in many cases today. Reach out to these companies or hit apply and ask if they are open to remote work.

  4. What should I prepare to get a music job?

    While the music industry is a much more enjoyable industry than the finance industry, we recommend that you treat the job interview process with the same amount of professionalism. Prepare a resume fit for a job in the music industry and be sure to show respect and charisma in your interviewing process.

  5. What happens if I can’t work a regular day job?

    While many of the companies hiring in the music industry will want someone to work full-time, there is a chance that a lot of the jobs are part-time work or even have a number of other flexible schedules.

Are there any other types of jobs listed?

On EDM Sauce, we’re mainly looking to fill music jobs. If you are looking for other industries, try out Walletminded for finance jobs.

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