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Working in the Arts can be both challenging and rewarding. You can either work on your own for commissions and sales or you can work for a business and create works of art to be sold by others or for corporate use. The course you take is up to you and your desires for independence and creativity.
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"Job opportunities are growing. There are currently over 1.9 million people working in the creative industries. Read More at the Guardian
" According to a study  by Arts Council about 41% of workers in the creative industry are self-employed" Read More at Career Addict
"1.25 million Americans work in the visual arts" Read More at Kubacki's Art Rats 
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Go for It: Surviving the Challenges of Becoming an Artist
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Experiencing Dance: From Student to Dance Artist
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