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Research – Screen Hub Salary Survey

The inaugural ScreenHub 2014 Salary Survey Report is the definitive online guide to Australian screen industry salaries, career drivers, job satisfaction, funding and future outlook perceptions.

The report analyses results from an online survey conducted in March 2014 which was distributed to the screen sector and garnered 382 valid responses.
The survey found the profile of a typical person participating in the screen sector is aged 40; could be either male or female; lives in Sydney; is highly educated with a minimum of a graduate degree; works for a privately owned small business not reliant on funding and services the Television sector.
They are employed as a Producer, earn on average $69,000 per annum and believe their earning capacity will increase on last year. They will tend to have more than one job but no more than two. The majority of their income will come from the screen industry.
Their average job tenure is 7 years having worked in the screen industry on average for 14.34 years. Every week they work on average 41.67 hours; are motivated not by money but by their passion for the screen industry and overall enjoy what they do.

Access to ScreenHub requires subscription, and if you’re interested in the film industry, its worth every penny, er I mean cent – giving away my Enlgish ancestry there!

Screen Hub Salary Survey 2014 | ArtsHub Australia

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Press – ScreenHub review of The Art of Perseverance at AIDC DocWeek

Very grateful for this review of my session at AIDC DocWeek from Anne Richey, and thanks to Editor David Tiley for making it free to everyone, not just subscribers of ScreenHub

Having said that, if you are in the film industry and not using ScreenHub, you shouldn’t be in the industry. Subscribe here!

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AIDC 2014: The art of perseverance in documentary filmmaking 
By Anne Richey
Screen Hub Monday 10 March, 2014

Three makers, three different worlds. All driven by deep perseverance, and the clever use of available resources. Moderator and multimedia maker Nick Bolton has been patiently researching perseverance for his AFTRS Masters thesis in Screen Arts and Business.

Read the full article here

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