Miami Photographers Pay $40K+ in New York Times Salary
Miami photographers pay more than $40,000 a year in New Yorkers salary, according to an article published in the New York Post.
The article notes that the salary is the highest in the country and that Miami is the only city in the U.S. where it’s a $20,000 salary.
Miami is a very well-established photo industry, so there are plenty of photographers there, and the pay is relatively high.
However, many photographers in the industry are in their 30s and 40s and the average salary is $15,000, according a study by the consulting firm IHS, which surveyed 500 photographers and industry experts.
The salary in Miami is in line with the national average of $15K, the report noted.
Miami, which has more than 5 million residents, is considered the third-largest city in Florida.
Photojournalist and author Matt Buehler has worked in Miami for four years, including for The Miami Herald.
Buehl has been a Miami-area photographer since 2008 and he’s not surprised to see the increase in pay.
He said that the pay raises are an important sign for those in the photo industry.
“This is a really good indicator to see how well the industry is doing,” he said.
“We’ve seen some very large pay increases for the past five years.
In many cases, there was a big jump in the last year.”
The pay increase is not only for photographers, but for all types of workers.
Many of the job-related expenses in the job include salaries, travel, health insurance, transportation and vacation.
“I think the most important thing for us to take away from this is that it’s just the beginning,” Buehn said.
He added that the increase is a good sign because it means more people are interested in working in Miami.
“It’s good for everyone, for everyone,” he added.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.