Music production and recording jobs are at the forefront of the growing economy, but they also provide a unique opportunity for people to make money, a new report from The Next Internet has found.
“The music industry has never been more popular and has always been growing,” The NextWeb’s John Linder told The Verge.
“There’s so much interest in music and there are so many different jobs in it, that there are always going to be people looking for that opportunity.”
The Nextweb’s analysis, based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the U.S. Census Bureau, found that there were approximately 6 million jobs in music production and related industries in 2014.
That figure includes people in the music industry who are involved in the production and/or distribution of music.
That includes producers, record companies, and distribution companies like Amazon and Spotify.
It also includes jobs related to production and distribution of audio recordings, such as in the recording studio, live performances, and audiovisual content.
That number is likely to rise in the coming years as companies such as Apple and Google add more services to their music streaming services, Linder said.
The music industry’s employment numbers are growing, but that growth is at the expense of other industries, such like retail, hospitality, and transportation.
There is also a growing demand for higher-paying positions in technology, according to the study.
“Music is the fastest-growing employment sector in the U, and the industry is also growing in the other areas of tech,” Linder noted.
“If you look at the jobs in healthcare and education, you see a lot of people are looking for higher pay and more benefits.
That is not surprising, because we have to compete with these other industries to make up for these jobs.”
The data on jobs is not the only information The Nextinternet has to work with.
The company analyzed the median earnings for a typical music production or recording employee.
The data includes the median salary, but not the average hourly rate.
That data was available in 2014, and it is expected to increase in the years to come.
“I think there’s always going be a need for more workers to be involved in these industries,” Linde said.
“But it’s not like it’s a job that’s easy to get into.
It’s a lot more involved than just writing songs.”
The job of a music production employee, which Linder called a “creative worker,” is one that can last several years.
“It can take years to get a job with the right type of expertise,” Linders said.
That can make it difficult to find a position that offers a high-paying salary.
“You might be lucky and have a really good job,” Linton said.
But if you’re not lucky, it can be difficult to land a job.
“For me, I think the biggest thing that people miss is that you can get a great job for years, even decades, without ever having to work a day in your life.
That’s something that is lost when we’re looking at unemployment numbers,” Lender said.
Linder pointed to a recent study from the University of Illinois, which found that music producers earn $16.50 an hour, while recording artists earn $34.20.
This is a drop in the bucket compared to the higher-paid jobs in tech, but it’s still significant.
“We’re talking about people making $40,000 per year in the entertainment industry,” Lister said.
“[And] we’re talking in the healthcare industry, where we’re working for $40 an hour.
That does not include benefits.”
The report also found that people in music-related industries tend to be more likely to have advanced degrees than the general population.
The report found that the median college degree earned by a music producer or recording artist was a Bachelor’s, but more than half of people in those industries were employed as a college graduate.
That may not seem like a huge number, but the data indicates that this is because of the higher degree holders.
“What it suggests is that if you are a college grad in music, you are more likely than a person with less education to be working in a high pay, high-status industry,” TheNextWeb’s Linder explained.
“People are actually getting paid well more than if you have a college degree.
That could be a factor in how quickly the music and recording industries will get out of this recession.”
TheNextweb is also highlighting the growing role of digital content in the digital economy.
“Digital content is a big part of the economy,” Lint said.
And with a growing number of people working in digital jobs, The NextInternet believes that the future of the music business may be much more digital than the one we have today.
“Right now, the music world is really digital.
It is just an incredibly fast-moving technology,” Linkle said.
While digital music may