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Music Industry Merchandising Careers

Music is a lifestyle. Individuals working in Music Industry Merchandising are responsible for creating your favorite album art, concert posters, and beat-up old band t-shirts. Here's how they do it.
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Poster Artist

Poster Artists design show posters for artists and music/lifestyle companies like record stores and concert venues. Learn More Avg. Salary: $45,276 Salary Range: $29K-$75K Alt Titles: Poster Designer, Screenprinter, Illustrator
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Consumer Researcher

Surveys consumer methods of purchasing, while analyzing and formulating consumer purchasing strategies. Learn More Avg. Salary: $61,857 Salary Range: $40K-$101K Alt Titles: Market Analyst, Market Researcher
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Record Industry Advertising Account Executive

Implements record label advertising campaigns. Learn More Avg. Salary: $45,779 Salary Range: $33K - $66K Alt Titles: Account Representative
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Record Company Salesperson

Works to sell the label’s albums and merchandise. Learn More Avg. Salary: $43,234 Salary Range: $22K - $102K Alt Titles: Sales Representative, Sales Rep
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Field Merchandiser

Distributes merchandise and promotional materials to retailers and wholesale departments. Learn More Avg. Salary: $29,649 Salary Range: $22K-$43K Alt Titles: Merchandising Representative, Field Representative
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Music Store Manager

Manages music shop or music department, buys/sells instruments and equipment. Learn More Avg. Salary: $51,152 Salary Range: $35K-$75K Alt Titles: Store Manager, Music Department Manager, Instrument Manager
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Music Store Salesperson

Music Store Salespeople provide customer service for clientele shopping for musical instruments, both in the shop and online. They also assist with inventory maintenance and store upkeep. Learn More Avg. Salary: $47,000 Salary Range: Alt Titles: Music Store Sales Associate
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Record Store Manager

Manages day-to-day operations, supervises workers, and opens and closes the store. Learn More Avg. Salary: $51,152 Salary Range: $35K - $75K Alt Titles: Store Manager, Music Department Manager
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Record Store Clerk

Sells records, CDs, and merchandise, assists customers in finding music. Learn More Avg. Salary: $24,340 Salary Range: $8.85 - $19.96 hourly Alt Titles: Music Store Cashier, Sales Person
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Musical Instrument Sales Representative

Instrument Sales Reps are responsible for visiting musical instrument retail stores in their territory, selling them instruments and sound gear, and completing sales paperwork. Learn More Avg. Salary: $57,570 Salary Range: $33k-$72K Alt Titles: Sales Representative, Manufacturers Representative
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Rack Jobber

Provides CDs, DVDs, and music merchandise to stores whose main business is not music industry related. Learn More Avg. Salary: Salary Range: $25,000 to $55,000+ Alt Titles: Sub-distributor
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