#1
Im currently at school in the last year here in the UK, which means im 15 going on 16 and i think its about time to decide what i want 2 do with the rest of my life. Ive only just started to learn to play the guitar over the past year, as much as i'd like to become famous playing guitar, i dowt it will happen, although i will still try. I need a plan on what im going to be doing when i leave school and i think sound engineering sounds cool, but im going to need help answering these questions.

1. How much is likely to be paid over the years? (dont want a job where i'll be getting paid 20k for the rest of my life, 20k to start off with is quite good though)

2. As a sound engineer what jobs would i exactly be able to acquire from leaving college?

3. Are these jobs easy to find?

Just really need help on understanding this

Any help is some help, Thanks
#2
1. You get progressive pay rises
2. No one will take you on if you have an A level in music tech and nothing else, nor will they take you seriously if you get a degree in media studies. Look up technical colleges that teach you how to use the necessary equipment etc after you finish post 16
3. No, it'll be very competitive.
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