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Photographers

in Massachusetts

Photograph people, landscapes, merchandise, or other subjects, using digital or film cameras and equipment. May develop negatives or use computer software to produce finished images and prints. Includes scientific photographers, aerial photographers, and photojournalists.

All Industry Projections for this Occupation

SOC
Code
Title Employment Change Annual Average Openings Typical education needed for entry
2014 2024 Level Percent Total Growth Replace-
ments
274021  Photographers 3,281 3,370 89 2.71 % 89 80 High school diploma or equivalent 

Industry Projections for this Occupation

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Industry 2014
Employment
Projected 2024 Employment Change
2014-2024
2016
Mean Annual OES Wage
Number Percent Distribution Number Percent Distribution Number Percent
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services    670  21 % 570  17 % -100  -15 % $57,730
Information    380  12 % 380  11 % 0  -2 % $64,810
Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance
Department Economic Research
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