As students begin finalizing college and career decisions, they are faced with tough choices that impact the next 2 to 42 years of their lives. While career decisions can be challenging for anyone, they seem more difficult for students who are considering careers in music. Although there are many viable music career options, there is considerable uncertainty regarding the types of jobs available, and the skills and other traits that help student musicians determine if they will be a good fit in their chosen careers. As a result, music students commonly feel lost regarding music career decisions, turning to parents and teachers who feel just as ill-equipped to provide insight. Music Career Advising: A Guide for Parents Students and Teachers answers the most common music career questions through research-based career advising strategies, a comprehensive inventory of music careers, bibliography of print and on-line music career resources, and additional information gathered through interviews with leading musicians in the field, and faculty members in some of the most prestigious university music programs in the country.The Career Cluster and Occupational Exploration numbers are additional career classification systems, much like OOH and O*Net, used by career advisors. Occupational Outlook Handbook. aquot;Occupational Outlook Handbook Online.
|Title||:||Music Career Advising|
|Author||:||Dr. Eric Branscome|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2013-05-02|