Exhibit builder at the South Carolina State Museum since 1985. That's what majoring in music theory got me, LOL. But, I played guitar full-time from 1970-73, and again from '75-76, plus played in the Columbia Philharmonic '76-82 on string bass. My present job came on the heels of supervising theater set construction for a few years. (Heh, heh, the qualifications for the theater job were listed as, "...a Bachelor's degree and a knowledge of power tools." So, there was my opportunity to use my music degree since they didn't care what your degree was in, but they later changed it to a B. A. specifically in technical theater. Therefore I was not qualified anymore, even though I was doing the job grandly). I was formerly a commercial art major when I started college, and already had a job offer for when I graduated, but NO...I had to go with music (without the courses needed for public school teaching). But, I learned a lot, and it has helped me with my music career. Turned down some offers to play more professionally, including one mainliner, just to have a different, normal kind of life instead. No regrets.