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Presumably UG has plenty of music teachers, or people who are destined to become one. After all, it's basically the only profitable profession you can have in music at the moment. (it definitely is in the UK )

Most music teachers work freelance so it can be difficult to do things like time management, promotion, dealing with rates and book-keeping, time management, selling yourself to a new employer, keeping track of the progress of your students, or time management. So this could serve as place where people can share advice.

There are probably also people looking for a way into teaching music, which can be very difficult without any experience. You don't want to end up in that vicious cycle of no experience, no confidence, and no response from clients and employers.
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#3
But they're so boring in musician talk..
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Patterns In The Ivy present ethnicity on an intriguing and dedicated level. ~Ambient Exotica
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But they're so boring in musician talk..



Teachers are supposed to be boring.

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