>> tell me what the average yearly income for an ILM animator is?
probably a lot.
Quote:>Someone posted an extract from new-york times (i think) on this group
>re: boss films closing down, and in the article a figure of
>US$104,000p.a. was quoted as the average sallary for an animator in the
yes, it is correct. for film industry professionals, whether it be a
costume designer or grip or assistant director or CGI lighter, this is
an average salary. it's not so high because the hours worked is
usually 60-80 hours a week, depending on what production facility you
an it is average for UNION people, members of IATSE.
There are plenty of non-union employees who make way way less because
many start up facilities can't afford those salaries (and neither can
most of the union houses).
Quote:>Could that be correct?
>Its plenty more than we get down under.
getting a union job is really tough. it's means paying your dues,
usually with several years of working for peanuts at a smaller
in Hollywood, a teamster can make that kind of money (driving a
truck),. yeah, unions are kinda screwed up.
oh, successful businessmen/women make helluva lot more than $104,000 a
year. it's not that much when you think about how much used car