How to Become a Choreographer in BitLife

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How to Become a Choreographer in BitLife

BitLife has a wide range of jobs you can pursue, from becoming a famous musician to pursuing a life-long career as a brain surgeon. For certain BitLife weekend challenges, such as the Padam Challenge, your goal may be to rise the ranks as a dancer. Whether this is your dream job or just a way to knock out another challenge, learning how to get this career will help you. Continue reading to discover how to become a choreographer in BitLife.

BitLife: How to Become a Choreographer

To become a choreographer in BitLife, you must graduate from university before applying for the Jr. Choreographer full-time job. To simplify the process, get a Dance degree to narrow your full-time career options. Since other choreographer careers require the junior-level position as a pre-requisite, look for this specific role.

  • University Dance Degree in BitLife
  • Choreographer Job in BitLife

If you don’t see the Jr. Choreographer job in the full-time job list, close and reopen the BitLife app before rechecking the list or age up your character and check the job list. Once you find the Jr. Choreographer job, apply for the position and pass the interview to become a choreographer!

While landing the Jr. Choreographer job is enough to satisfy challenge requirements, you can progress further and become a full-fledged choreographer with some hard work and dedication. If you’re committed, you can even get a promotion to a Senior Choreographer, significantly boosting your annual salary. With each promotion, your salary can easily double, triple, or even quadruple in no time, as long as you work hard and don’t get into trouble.

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About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.