THE BEST OF
by Tracy’s New York Life Editorial Team
We continue our count down to #6 on the top blog posts of 2014. This flashback will give you the opportunity to catch some of our hottest posts of the year if you missed them, or reread a few favorites before we move on to 2015. Have you read #7? If not, catch that post here.
The thought of working in NYC–– especially in a creative field as a dancer, actor, or singer –– sounds exciting. (‘Sounds’ being the key word here.) But the reality of these positions includes long hours, mind-numbing work, and often, not much pay. Not to mention, the road to success is a rough one, with few people ever reaching the top.
As a singer/songwriter with a background in fashion, Lauren Malamala shares the truth about five careers that sound and seem far more attractive than they are, especially in a competitive place like New York.
|Being a New York fashion designer might sound like a glamorous job, but the hours are long and the work is tedious.|
When you live in New York City, you’re part of an amazing metropolis where dreams come true, and the possibilities are endless. If you’re one of the thousands of wide-eyed hopefuls who’s migrating to NYC in pursuit of your dream career, you probably hope to gain enough financial footing to be able to confidently say, “I’ve arrived.” However, it isn’t until you’re in the midst of it that you realize some jobs are not as perfect as their titles suggest.
Finish reading #6 of the top blog posts of 2014: The Reality Behind 5 NYC Dream Jobs