Dancer Career Aberdeen SD
Machinist Union Dist Lodge 5
617 S 15th St
South Dakota Career Center
420 S Roosevelt St
714 S Main St Ste 1
One Stop Career Center
1321 N Main St
Floyd Career Learning Center
908 N West Ave
Sioux Falls, SD
South Dakota Department Of Labor - Aberdeen Local Office
420 South Roosevelt St.
Aberdeen Area Career Planning Center
420 S Roosevelt St
Cornerstones Career Learning Center -Aberdeen Office
420 South Roosevelt
Career Learning Center Of The Black Hills
730 East Watertown Street
Rapid City, SD
South Dakota Department Of Labor - Madison Local Office
223 S Van Eps Avenue, Suite 101
Perform dances. May also sing or act.
Majors for this Career
- Dance, General
- Dance, Other
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Employment is expected to grow more slowly than the average . Dancers and choreographers face intense competition for jobs. Only the most talented find regular employment.
Employment change. Employment of dancers and choreographers is expected to grow 6 percent during the 2008-18 decade, more slowly than the average for all occupations. The public's interest in dance will sustain large and mid-size dance companies, but limited funding from public and private organizations is not expected to allow for additional dance companies. For many small organizations, the result will be fewer performances and more limited employment opportunities.
Job prospects. Because many people enjoy dance and would like to make their careers in dance, dancers and choreographers face intense competition for jobs. Only the most talented find regular employment.
Although job openings will arise each year because dancers and choreographers retire or leave the occupation for other reasons, the number of applicants will continue to vastly exceed the number of job openings.
National dance companies likely will continue to provide jobs in this field. Opera companies and dance groups affiliated with television and motion pictures also will offer some opportunities. Moreover, the growing popularity of dance for recreational and fitness purposes has resulted in increased opportunities to teach dance, especially for older dancers who may be transitioning to another field. Musicians will provide a small number of openings for both dancers and choreographers, and candidates are expected to face keen competition. Amusement parks and cruise ships should also provide some opportunities for dancers and choreographers.
Professional dancers and choreographers held about 29,200 jobs in 2008. Many others were between engagements; as a result, the total number of people availa...
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