Experience first, then career opportunities
Anyone who wants to become a sound engineer and enjoy a large number of orders should remember that, above all, they must have the appropriate knowledge and professional experience. In this matter, you can get education in major studies or focus on practical vocational training. Many companies, as well as radio stations and other media, gladly employ inexperienced people. They can learn their future profession in practice, and at the same time make new, industry contacts, which will certainly be useful in their further professional life. Sometimes people without education, but with extensive experience and qualifications, are better perceived by employers than specialists with a university diploma, who, however, have never worked in practice and do not always know how to start sound management of a larger event.