Mark Twain once wrote that “an American has not seen the United States until he has seen Mardi Gras in New Orleans.” The festival takes over the entire city, shutting down most streets with its over-the-top parades, loud music, and delicious food. An entry-level job in Louisiana would not be complete without just one stop at New Orleans during Mardi Gras.
Louisiana was purchased from France by the United States Government in 1803 for less than 3 cense per acre in a transaction known as the Louisiana Purchase. Today the state is a destination spot for tourists and students alike as they flock to the state to enjoy its rich culture and unique natural landscape.
Louisiana entry-level jobs in film need look no further than New Orleans, Baton Rouge, and Shreveport. Known for their unrivaled popularity as destinations for reality TV they help give Louisiana the nickname “Hollywood South.” Louisiana is also home to one of the United State’s leading brands of hot sauce (Tabasco), manufactured on the nearby Avery Island.
Jobs in Louisiana will allow you to live and work in a place catered towards students and recent grads. The rent is reasonable, food and drinks cheap and tours predominantly free. If you like live music, large festivals, and rich southern food than a Louisiana job will not disappoint!