Which photographer is worth a million dollars?
The average salary for a professional photographer is $100,000, according to a survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Photo: Getty Images There are many photographers around the world who make more money than this, and most of them are people with some sort of media background.
However, the average salary is $80,000 for a general photographer, $60,000 a photojournalist, $45,000 an assistant and $20,000 to $40,000 in a photo editor.
The survey also found that more than a third of the respondents had at least one client who paid them more than the market rate.
For many people, the answer is ‘no’, but it is still a good way to know what kind of salary to expect if you want to make the most of your career.
According to the survey, the median salary for photographers is $40 a month.
This translates to a $1,200 a month pay packet.
For this type of job, it is best to have a good reputation with clients and the clientele you work with.
A high reputation with your clients is a good indication that you will make a good salary.
In the past, the market for professional photographers was very volatile.
The peak of the boom in 2007-08 was the last year the Bureau of Meteorology had data for the market.
However in recent years, the number of people who wanted to work in the industry has plummeted.
In 2015, there were only 7,000 full-time photographers in Australia.
This has led to many of them having to look for jobs elsewhere.
Some photographers who are looking to find a new profession will have a better chance of making the cut than others.
However if you have a strong reputation, it may be worth trying out for a different job than what you have been doing for a while.
A good reputation can be a great way to make a career change, but it will not guarantee a good payday.