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Essay Galaxy - Finding A Job Finding A Job

In May of '83 I graduated from Cherryvale high school. I enrolled in Coffeyville Community College as a music major. In the two years that followed I learned about the occupation of being a music teacher and decided that it would be too time consuming with all the extra-curricular activities that a band teacher must be involved in. I thought that if I could get a full time job, I would probably make more money than a teacher and not have to devote so much time to my job. I dropped out of college and started looking for a job. Shortly after I dropped out I was approached by a local band to run their mixer board and lights. I was taught how to repair microphones and cords as well as how to mix sound for live shows. . For about a year I traveled with them and even got a chance to me....

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