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Music Venue Owners and Managers

Work Environment

One of the perks of these professions is the glamorous atmosphere of the music industry; venue owners and managers get to meet musicians, sometimes listen to music before its released, and decide which bands will fit with their venue. Although their work most often is behind-the-scenes, they may have indirect or direct contact with the high-profile personalities who perform in clubs. In other words, music venue owners and managers work in interesting and entertaining surroundings. However, their jobs can be stressful and often require the ability to juggle many tasks at once. Managers and owners must constantly deal with the challenge of balancing the needs of staff members with the needs of the club's patrons—needs that may, at times, be at odds with each other.

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