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Video Production Jobs

As demand for high quality video content grows, the sheer number and diversity of video production jobs are also increasing. While film production jobs and video editing positions were once limited to specific parts of the country, it's easier than ever to find film production jobs near your current location. Learning about the various types of video production careers will help you decide which one is right for you.

What Kind of Video Related Jobs Are Available?

The video and film industry offers dozens of distinct positions and careers for those who are passionate about video. From entry level production assistant jobs to film crew jobs as diverse as costuming and catering, there are many ways to get involved within the industry. Film and video services are somewhat divided. Film production jobs tend to be offered in more limited areas where filming is already common, while video production is more diversified and widely available. This is because the corporate and private clients that hire video production companies are everywhere, while film production is concentrated in areas that give special benefits to these kinds of companies.

How Much Can You Earn in the Industry?

The Bureau of Labor Statistics combine demand and income statistics for the Film and Video Editor and Camera Operation careers, but the outlook is good. This job category had a median annual income of around $58,000 in 2017, and demand is expected to grow at a higher than average rate over the next 10 years. This category encompasses most of the film crew jobs you can qualify for with basic training and a four-year degree in a related field, including production assistant and videographer jobs.

You can also become a freelance corporate video producer if you already have the training, skills and equipment. If you don't have the background yet, you'll need to study film production and video editing at a college or technical school. A bachelor's degree in a film related major is a good basis for a freelance career, as well.

You may already qualify to work an entry level position on a film crew. Check local job listings today to discover your options.

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