The Vocal Economy: Hidden costs of an operatic career
There are careers that have fairly predictable costs and trajectories. Lawyers attend college and law school and then begin to practice. Doctors attend medical school, which often leads directly to residencies and post-graduate employment. Likewise, financial analysts and engineers tend to move immediately from study to internship to the workforce. College training for such professions is expensive, but the increased earning potential offsets the cost of attending university.