Happy Mag Music Study Results: Love Before Money

With a focus on music, we asked our readers to tell us about their creative goals and aspirations in an education survey, and the results are inspiring to say the least.

The stats come from our music education survey, and they’re refreshing and insightful. It seems the majority of us agree, that we all want to work for love and not for money.

Whether you have a passion for learning music production, a penchant for music videos, or a penchant for band photography or design, tTaking things to the next level has never been more appealing or desired.

We asked whether or not the study was on the agenda and whether our readers were happy with their current skills, and whether they thought the skills were worth considering. It turns out they did, with 52.9% agreeing that improving skills is something they think about a lot.

We asked you if you’ve ever put off learning a new skill in the music industry, and we got an overwhelming response of 88.2% indicating an interest in learning something new. One thing is clear, there is always more to learn.

We asked you if you were to further your education in the creative arts, what would you study? Given that music and design are intrinsically linked, it’s no surprise that Design took the floor as the most popular area of ​​interest, leading the way with 35.3% and 11.8% interest in music writing and photography. Music, sound production and audio engineering, radio and podcasting, directing and video production followed at 5.9%.

With all this information at your fingertips, isn’t it nice to know you’re not alone in your professional musical goals?

With an incredible range of educational institutions available locally or online, the next step of choosing the educational institution that matches your aspirations and budget is at your fingertips.

There you have it, Happy Mags Music’s educational survey shows that improving skills and pursuing your musical interests, creatively, personally or professionally, is where it’s at, creating a creative life but a class of its own.

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