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If you consider yourself outgoing, are active within the community and desire job flexibility for a work/family balance, we have an opportunity for you. This role is 100% outside sales, home based and offers benefits, draw/commission, bonuses and mileage reimbursement. The position requires both phone and in-person sales skills (phone to set appointments, in-person to close). We have successful Co...
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Posted Fri 11th September
Entertainment is probably one of the hardest industries to find steady employment even after extensive education. The industry includes live entertainment such as dance, drama, theatre, opera, magic shows, sports, concerts, and comedy. It also includes the music and publishing industries, as well as exhibitions in museums. The employment outlook for this industry is always competitive because there is much more available talent than there is steady work. It can take years to land a good theatre or movie role, or have a book published and see profit. It is more important to start small, build a portfolio. As a self-employed entertainer, small jobs will become important to lead up to bigger, better paying gigs.