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With the Renaissance and Eras tours both happening right now, it feels like live music has never been better. And with the amount of content being created in the wake of these shows, it’s no wonder that everyone is talking about Beyoncé and Taylor Swift.
So what if your job could be writing about these cultural phenomena? Then you’re in luck! USA Today is looking for both a Beyoncé and Taylor Swift Reporter. Find out how you can snag this dream job ASAP.
What You’ll Do
Regardless of which job you decide to apply for, USA Today is looking for someone to focus on Beyoncé and Taylor Swift coverage exclusively. The most important points you’ll cover are their concerts, fan base, and overall impact on the music industry.
Specifically for the Taylor Swift Reporter position, you’ll also be covering the next leg of the Eras Tour, the Taylor Swift fanbase, and her global reach in both the music and business world.
For the Beyoncé Reporter gig, you’ll be focusing on her music and fashion, along with her cultural and economic influence.
How To Apply
This would be a great way to get your foot in the entertainment industry, which can be a highly competitive field to score a job in. The job pays well, too. Depending on experience, you could earn anywhere from $21.63 to $50.87 per hour.
Here what you need to send in with your application:
- Video cover letter that explains how you would approach the job
- 4-8 links to online samples of your work
Are you ready for it? Send in your applications now to become the first Beyoncé or Taylor Swift Reporter!
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