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Career Prospects

TelevisionAfter You Graduate - What's Next?

The entertainment industry is growing at a rate of 2.47 percent per year in South Florida and depends upon a highly skilled workforce to meet production demands.

Graduates of the Bachelor in Applied Science in Film, Television & Digital Production degree program will be prepared for high-skill/high-wage employment for the following positions:

  • Camera Operator
  • Sound Recordist/Sound Editor
  • Post-Production Technician/Editor
  • TV Graphics Designer
  • TV Studio Floor Manager
  • Studio Broadcasting Technical Personnel
  • Media Producer and Director

The average median salary is $22 per hour. Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties are experiencing an average annual growth rate of 2.25 percent for the aforementioned positions.

Source: Regional Targeted Occupations List 2009-2010 (Workforce 23)



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