DJ/music related job? (that isn't djing)
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    Tech Mentor seitz's Avatar
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    Default DJ/music related job? (that isn't djing)

    So I'm a 21 year old college student who studies business and I have been dying looking for a job. I've been looking at places like best buy and the such but the thing is I would like to use my musical knowledge (I'm very handy with audio, know a lot about most products in the audio market (not just pro audio but instruments as well) and I'm curious if you guys could think of any places I should check out. All I can think of is best buy and guitar center x.x and google hunting has been failing me

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    manager or tour manager could be a cool job
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    unfortunatly I'm a student...so I have to stay in New jersey otherwise I would try it

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    Could always start a booking agency

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    Sound tech at local venue.

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    Jakeintox beat me too it. So a variation.
    Try the local audio visual company. Corporate AV is a great student job.
    Just get on the casual labour list and away you go

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    Look into guitar center, or sam ash, or a local dj store. it sounds like a crappy entry level job, but most of my reps started as guitar center employees, and now they are doing much better.

    While discounts at GC and Sam Ash are crap, if you get with one of the smaller music shops you may get some really good deals.

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