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Experience Salary Survey Results- Entertainment
From May to September 2006, Experience asked graduating students (class of 2006) to share their success in finding a full-time job. We are pleased to let you in on this information now. Take a look at what the class of 2006 is up to- and benefit from the experiences of other members in the Experience community!
Majors hired in the entertainment industry varied widely.
Majors hired in the entertainment industry varied widely. New hires studied a diverse array of subjects, from arts to business, communications, computer science, and design.
Full-time jobs in entertainment were scarce, and competition for them was fierce. The most popular positions among recent grads were administrative and production jobs, where the median salary was $26k-$35k.
Hiring organizations included such well known companies as ABC News, Disney, NBC Universal, and Turner Broadcasting.
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