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Dance School Owners and Managers

Work Environment

A popular dance school can be a very busy and lively place—filled with music, the sound of dancers gliding (or trying to glide) across the floor, and the encouragement of instructors as dancers practice their routines. During the course of a week, a school might offer dance instruction for retirees and toddlers in the mornings and early afternoons, and classes for older children and adults home from school or work in the late afternoon and evening hours. On weekends, a variety of customers participate in classes. There are some downsides to this job, including parents not being happy with their children’s’ progress (or having other complaints about class scheduling, instructors, etc.), instructors not showing up on time, or simply the long hours (including nights and weekends) it takes to make a dance school successful. Still, most dance school owners and managers enjoy their careers because they get the chance to do something they love and help others become good dancers. 

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