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- Is the employment rate good?
- How much traveling/moving is involved?
- What can I expect for pay?
- How important is a college education (community vs art/design college)
- How likely is it to have a stable job?
Thanks. An answer to any of these questions or anything else I should be aware of is greatly appreciated.
If you train as a generalist you will make yourself more valuable to the studio. I made the "mistake" of specializing in one specific department (animator); as a result I find it more challenging to keep in steady work, as when the contract is ended there is a lull between projects.
Being a generalist gives you more of an opportunity to stay steadily employed, because especially in a smaller studio you can put a different hat on, so-to-speak.
If you are interested in this then just explore the different film schools that are available to you - beware of their credentials and get multiple opinions before making a decision.
Good luck with your options and your decision, and all the best to you. Tony
I am not great at anything - I am in a transition
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