Does “I’m a Musician” Mean “I’m Unemployed”? This Is What We Found

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Musician? No real job?

Why is it that musicians are always considered unemployed? You? Are you a musician? Are you unemployed? Or did you just accidentally quit your day job and wish to rock your way up to the top. If so, I salute you! (Did you see what I did there?)

But it doesn’t mean that if you are a musician you have to be unemployed. People often categorized being a musician as not a real job. They don’t see it, that musicians are creative and they do it (also) for a living (sometimes for pleasure). Just like what you do every day, you go to work, you work real hard and you get paid by those works. If you lose your job today, first thing tomorrow just like any other human being, you’ll be looking for another job. That’s what musicians do, like you, they get rejected, bullied and don’t have a steady salary. It’s a typical world that we lived in.

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Musicians are also striving to be successful, solely from their music. But not every so-called musician are like this, most of them have their day jobs, they find music as a comfort and a hobby.

WELL, I don’t blame you if you see “MUSICIANS” as “UNEMPLOYED” beings. You just have to understand that it’s not their fault that they don’t have the same work thing like you do. Musician doesn’t have to try to explain what they do for a living. It has nothing to do with you anyway.

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