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Ask AI: Which job is more competitive between Musical Theatre or Marine Biology

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Question: Which job is more competitive between Musical Theatre or Marine Biology

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Both Musical Theatre and Marine Biology are competitive fields, but in different ways. Musical Theatre is competitive because of the limited number of roles and high number of people looking for work in that field. It requires not only talent in acting, singing, and dancing, but also persistence, resilience, and the ability to cope with rejection. People who want to get into this field often have to attend auditions constantly and may need to work part-time jobs to sustain themselves in between roles. Marine Biology is competitive due to the specialized nature of the work and the limited number of jobs available, particularly for positions related to research or academia. This field requires a strong academic background, often including a Ph.D. for higher-level positions. It might also involve fierce competition for funding for research projects. Therefore, while both fields are competitive, it depends on what type of competition you feel more comfortable with. If you have a passion for one of these fields, don't let the competition discourage you; instead, use it as motivation to constantly improve and work hard.

Answered by gpt-4

Nov. 13, 2023, 4:03 p.m.

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Published: Monday, November 13, 2023

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