Department of Labor Statistics page on music careers: O*NET OnLine is an open source database of occupational information.
“Music Careers in Dollars and Cents”: A report on music careers from the Berklee College of Music from 2016.
Music Department Career Center at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Careers in Music website at the USC Thornton School of Music.
What Can You Do with a Music Degree?: An article from MajoringInMusic.com.
The Network of Music Career Development Officers: this website is run by is “an international group of professionals advancing career development and entrepreneurship for musicians.”
The National Association for Music Education Job Center: This webpage includes job listings related to music education.
“A SNAAP-Shot of the Career Landscape for Music Educators”: This report was published in October 2016 by the National Association for Music Education.
TIP: Stay away from websites that charge money for their content, such as careersinmusic.com.
Music Studio Budgets
To find information on private music studio budgets, search Google for music studio business plans and use the filetype shortcut (to limit all your results to only PDFs). Open Google, then type:
music studio "business plan" filetype:PDF
Private Studio Policies
You can also use the filetype shortcut to search for private studio policies. Try this search both with and without the filetype shortcut. Open Google, then search:
private music studio policy filetype:PDF
NOTE: When using the filetype shortcut, be sure to type a colon after the words "filetype:" with no spaces between "filetype:" and the type of file you'd like to find.
All print books are kept in Ryan Library. See a librarian at the Research Help Desk if you would like help locating a book.
More books in print:
See the general Music Research Guide for a list of databases that include music-related content. Each database contains thousands of articles in high quality music journals, magazines, and newspapers.
Browse these print journals and magazines in person in the Reference Area of Ryan Library (back issues are kept on the Lower Level):
The Musical Quarterly
Open the book's record by clicking on the title below, then click on "View eBook."