A radio disc jockey runs a radio show which includes doing research on music, playing songs, and introducing these songs in an entertaining way.
A four-year bachelor's degree, although not required, will increase opportunities for someone to get into this position. A degree in any of these areas may be helpful - communications, journalism, history, theater, or any related fields.
Because of the small number of positions and the large number of people who would like these positions, there will likely be a lot of competition for these positions.
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