Careers in the Music Industry
A career reference series for Latino youth, focusing on the unique experiences of Hispanics in the workplace.
-- Detailed descriptions of numerous careers, including education, training, and talent necessary, with salary ranges and outlook from a Latino perspective
-- Personal stories of successful Latinos in many fields, including 10 to 12 interviews per book
-- Wealth of anecdotal information for middle school and high school youth
-- Complete resource sectionExplores many careers in music including those of managers, agents, singers, and songwriters. Personal interviews with Hispanics in the field such as music critic Ramiro Burr and singer Nydia Rojas
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