Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film
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Moderate Risk (41-60%): Occupations with a moderate risk of automation usually involve routine tasks but still require some human judgment and interaction.
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Our visitors have voted they are unsure if this occupation will be automated. This assessment is further supported by the calculated automation risk level, which estimates 49% chance of automation.
What do you think the risk of automation is?
What is the likelihood that Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film will be replaced by robots or artificial intelligence within the next 20 years?
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Sentiment over time (yearly)
The number of 'Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film' job openings is expected to rise 8.9% by 2031
Total employment, and estimated job openings
Updated projections are due 09-2023.
In 2022, the median annual wage for 'Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film' was $58,230, or $27 per hour
'Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film' were paid 25.7% higher than the national median wage, which stood at $46,310
Wages over time
As of 2022 there were 22,970 people employed as 'Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film' within the United States.
This represents around < 0.001% of the employed workforce across the country
Put another way, around 1 in 6 thousand people are employed as 'Camera Operators, Television, Video, and Film'.
Operate television, video, or film camera to record images or scenes for television, video, or film productions.
SOC Code: 27-4031.00
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