Music Education Adapts to Technology and a Competitive Job Market




It’s not hard to see that music education may be waning. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, music teaching jobs are growing at 6 percent with a median annual salary of $50,110.

However, music education is more valuable than people may realize. Modern music teachers are striving to prepare their students for a more competitive job market and are also teaching them the value of leadership and cooperation.

To some, the music profession is a privilege rather than a chore. For music education senior Anna Wessels, teaching music is a selfless career.


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