Careers Working For Celebrities

celebrity bodyguardAre you obsessed with celebrity? Is your dream to work for a celebrity? Do you want to know what your career options are and what kinds of employees that celebrities need? This article was written to help educate the celebrity obsessed about different careers that are needed by celebrities. Celebrities themselves are more or less “Business Entities”. They operate much like a business but require much more personal detail. These celebrities have needs for their families, their personal images, their money, their health, their protection, and the list goes on. A lot of these careers don’t require a traditional college degree but more vocational training or a vocational degree. I’ve also tried to link to professionals in the field so you can read more about them and how they got where they are.

Celebrity Jobs

Family

Education

Nutrition/Health

Image

Business

Protection

Property

Legal

Medical

Follow Up

Remember when you are employed by a celebrity of any status be grateful. There are thousands of people that would love the experience and opportunity. Also remember that your job is all about them. You may find your self so and so’s bodyguard or nanny. What did you think people would call you. Make sure it’s what you want to do. There is much respect in many of the same professions that celebrities require help in. You can make a good living doing those things not working for a celebrity.

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  • I would not like to be any of those. I like scientific research better.

    Comment by onesupercoder — May 21, 2009 @ 2:36 pm
  • My name is ken and I am looking to be a personal assistant or anything for a celebrity. I am a Former Marine and a very respectable person and can give refrences. Please contact me by email. Kenard1982@live.com

    Comment by Ken — July 3, 2010 @ 3:00 pm
  • Ken, good luck with finding a job as a personal assistant for a celebrity. It would be a really exciting job to have.

    Comment by Sarah Ward — July 27, 2010 @ 2:02 pm
  • I appreciate that. I am really in search for this position and know I would succeed. I am very easy going, hard worker and very loyal.

    Ken.

    Email is Kenard1982@live.com

    Comment by Ken Pitney — August 22, 2010 @ 11:25 am
  • It would be a really fun career, wouldn’t it? Unfortunately we are not a career placement organization who can help with finding you this type of job, but we wish you well in your search!

    Comment by Sarah Ward — February 25, 2011 @ 2:05 pm
  • I recently graduated from hair school, and I am now obsessed with celebrity style. I’ve always wanted to do something big…It would be so cool to style hair for celebrities! I won a lot of contests in cosmetology school (including one for a local magazine), so I really think I have a chance! :]

    Comment by Mary — October 29, 2011 @ 3:03 pm
  • Congratulations on your recent graduation, Mary! Styling hair for celebs would be a great gig. Wishing you luck!

    Comment by Sarah Ward — November 2, 2011 @ 2:12 pm
  • Wow, this is a very informative. I wish everyone the best in their searches for this type of career. It seems very rewarding for the right person! Thanks.

    Comment by Kenard Pitney — February 6, 2012 @ 9:59 am

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