Because our photography insurance experts work exclusively with photographic artists, we understand the competitive nature of the photography industry! Even so, it appears the photography industry will keep in-line with the United States’ average industry growth rate.
According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the photography industry is going to grow about 13% between 2010 and 2020 (about as fast as average.)
In 2010, Median Pay for photographers was $29,130 per year, which translates to about $14.00 per hour.
The number of jobs estimated in 2010 was 139,500. With a job outlook increase of roughly 13% by 2020, we can anticipate seeing a little over 157,000 photography active positions. This is an increase of approximately 17,500 jobs.
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