Entertainment Industries & Technology Careers & Outcomes
The U.S. entertainment industry is expected to generate $632.09 billion, or 29.4 percent of a worldwide total of over 2.15 trillion dollars in 2017. (Billboard Magazine)
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, general entertainment industry and technically based jobs are growing at similar rates as jobs in other sectors, with average salaries between $47,000-$52,000 annually in Minnesota alone.
What can I do with an Entertainment Industries & Technology degree?
- Artist manager
- Audio production for live sporting events and broadcast
- Event coordinator
- Entertainment marketing
- Entertainment finance
- Entertainment law
- Entertainment business manager and entrepreneur
- Live sound engineer
- Recording engineer
- Sound designer for film, video games or live production
- Venue manager