The music industry is a widespread market. Some artists are making around $400,000 for a single hour performance, while others are slaving away as interns or maybe making around $10 per hour. For many bloggers and even editors in the electronic world, this figure is either non-existent or very low. It's the struggle of the industry where money is flowing constantly but a small portion of people are raking in the majority of it.
In a recent series of graphs from Billboard, they determined who is making the big bucks by breaking down a handful of categories that includes different musicians, editors, radio show hosts, and much more. There's obviously room for some errors, but it gives you an idea of who is making what. Take a look at these graphs, and see if you agree with their findings.
Some of our favorite jobs included are drug holders/blunt rollers, busker, and "Rock Doc." This all goes to show that there are all kinds of people involved in the industry.