The top three occupations in the Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group are Producers & directors; Miscellaneous managers; and Cashiers. On average, full-time employees in the Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group work 46.6 hours per week and have an average annual salary of $78,121. Part-time employees in the same industry work 20.6 hours and earn an average annual salary of $13,724.
Demographic information on the Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group in the US. Male employees tend to earn more than Female employees, with average respective salaries of $64,129 and $46,508. So too tend to earn more than other races and ethnicities in this industry.
Estimates of the sources of the costs and the purchasers of the products in the Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group. Based on estimates from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, this section indicates the amount of money spent by a specific industry in other industries. Motion picture and sound recording industries has the highest single input, by dollars, to the Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group, and the largest industry purchasing services from the Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group is Broadcasting and telecommunications.
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Growth projections of the Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group, both by number of employees and output, from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. The national workforce is projected to grow 0.6% in the next ten years. The Motion pictures & video industries Industry Group has a lower projected workforce growth at -0.1%. Its projected 10-year growth in output (2.9%) is higher than the projected national growth in output (2.2%). Photographic process workers & processing machine operators is the occupation within Motion pictures & video industries expected to see the most growth in the next ten years.