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Shall we see saturation of jobs in Photography in the next few years?

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RE: Shall we see saturation of jobs in Photography in the next few years?

Deepak Rana
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The straight answer is a definite no.There won't be the saturation in the jobs in Photography. However there are few things that you should keep in mind if you want to pursue this profession and are looking for the opportunities in the coming few years in the world of photography. Below are the points that will tell you how things are expected to go in terms of jobs in the photography:


1. The photography industry is still booming in India and is expected to grow further in the next few years. There will be plenty of job opportunities coming in and hence the job market will grow.

2. The salaries and commissions of the photographers will also surge up due to the increased professionalism and the quality of services. Therefore they will be making huge sums of money in this profession.

3. Outside India the industry will continue to grow as it has been, for so many years. There will be more money associated abroad compared to the jobs in India. The expert photographers will provide global services and will make huge amounts of money, more than ever before.

4. There will be a huge pool of photographers in the country. But that will be compensated by the increased number of opportunities in the photography.

5. Technology will play an important role in the photography. It will ease the work of a photographer and therefore they will be more comfortable while working on their cameras.

6. There will be a number of photography agencies in the country and therefore the jobs will be created too. The small agencies will be there in large numbers in all the cities and towns.

7. The internet connected world will boost the careers of the photographers. The location will no longer be a disadvantage and therefore the photographers will be able to provide their services even to other countries and hence will make more money. This also means there will be an increased competition as the photographers from all over the world will be competing against them.

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