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Production Jobs in Miami
In Miami, production jobs have been increasing over the past five years, fueled by the growth of television production and advertising in the city. A significant portion of production jobs in Miami come from Latin American media. Telemundo has its headquarters in the city, and the Screen Gems Miami Studio was just built to create Latin American television and film content.
In Miami, the most popular production jobs are Cinematographers, Production Assistants, Producers, Art Directors, Writers, Set Designers, and Editors.
A lot of people get their starts in production through serving as a production assistant also known as a PA. The PA helps wherever help is needed. This person may be grabbing a snack or coffee for someone knee deep in shooting a scene or this person may be printing scripts for the cast.PA's often escort cast to and from set. And they even block vehicle or foot traffic from disrupting a scene that is being shot. This role is a great way to connect with everyone on set and establish relationships with people that can turn into a referral source.
Another popular way to get into production is by being a personal assistant to higher ranked people above-the-line, such as directors, writers, directors of photography and producers. This job is more administrative in nature and entails a lot of communication and scheduling management. This person is serving as the right-hand person of whomever they are supporting. If a personal assistant establishes themselves as a dependable and well-received employee to whomever they are supporting, they are setting themselves up to get a great referral for a promotion or apprenticeship.
Some of the top cities for finding jobs in production tend to be Los Angeles, NYC, Chicago, San Francisco, and Miami. You could build a successful career in production in any one of these cities. However, out of those cities, Miami ranks fifth in terms of the total number of production jobs available and the average level of salaries in the field. Among those cities, about 2% of all production jobs are located in Miami.
The top ranked schools in Miami with programs and degrees in production are Florida State University ($49,982 per year, out-of-state), Miami Dade College ($34,497 per year, out-of-state), and University of Miami ($44,400 per year, out-of-state), according to rankings published by the Hollywood Reporter and Hack College in 2016.
According to Glassdoor, some of the highest-rated production companies in Miami include Screen Gems Studios, Merge Studios, Viacom, Zubi Advertising, SapientNitro, and Telemundo.
Professionals working in production in Miami also tend to work in the following industries, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Marketing, Online/New Media, Blog or Vlog Production, Technology, Design.
The following are estimates of salaries and wages for production jobs in Miami, which were compiled from Salary.com, Glassdoor, and the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Senior Videographers - $58,000 per year, or $27.88 per hour
Art Directors - $84,000 per year, or $40.38 per hour
Broadcast Technicians - $44,000 per year, or $21.15 per hour
Producer and Directors - $88,000 per year, or $42.31 per hour
Production Assistants - $29,000 per year, or $13.94 per hour
Animators - $74,000 per year, or $35.58 per hour
Media Production Directors - $135,000 per year, or $64.90 per hour
Creative Directors - $110,000 per year, or $52.88 per hour
Art Director Assistants - $75,000 per year, or $36.06 per hour
Actor - $30,000 per year, or $14.42 per hour
Sound Engineers - $40,000 per year, or $19.23 per hour
Graphic Designers - $48,000 per year, or $23.08 per hour
Set Designers - $51,000 per year, or $24.52 per hour
Cinematographers and Photographers - $57,000 per year, or $27.40 per hour
Writers and Authors - $51,000 per year, or $24.52 per hour
Editors - $44,000 per year, or $21.15 per hour
Media Production Managers - $74,000 per year, or $35.58 per hour
Multimedia Artists, Animators, and CGI Artists - $63,000 per year, or $30.29 per hour