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Real-Life Producer Job Profiles

Below is a list of links to anonymous job profiles of REAL PEOPLE who have filled out our survey and offered to share their insights with our users about their job in the Producer field.
ID Job Title Gender Age Earnings City & State Date
33968 Media Manager Female 24 $30,000 San Rafael, CA 01/01/2010
33819 Media Manager Female 24 $30,000 San Rafael, CA 01/01/2010
33754 Media Production Specialist Male 37 $63,000 Seaside, CA 01/01/2010
33612 Celebrity Booker And Executive Morning Show Producer Female 27 $62,000 philadelphia, PA 01/01/2010
33203 Owner Male 30 $90,000 Niles, NY 01/01/2010

Overview

Have you always been fascinated by the idea of working in the entertainment industry, but you are more interested in working behind the scenes? If so, then working as a producer could be a career option that appeals to you.

Producers oversee the making of various types of media, so there are a variety of industries where you could work. Film producers coordinate details during the making of movies, while radio producers are in charge of radio shows. There are also producers for television programs, newscasts, theatre productions, and music records.

Since the producer oversees the entire project, it is imperative that this individual possesses effective leadership qualities and is able to work well with a team. The producer cannot handle everything alone, so it is important that he or she puts together a team of qualified individuals to get the project done successfully and efficiently. Additionally, they must be able to communicate well with everyone involved in the project.

If you are interested in learning more about being a producer, then check out the career profiles below. We interviewed real producers to get a realistic idea of what they do, how they got there, and what they have to say about their careers.


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