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Inquiries on Animation-related job?

How can I ensure that I am compensated fairly for my work, as someone who's looking to be an up and coming animator? Unionization, contract stipulations, etc. are all factors which I've considered, but I'm unsure as to which agencies I can network with to secure amicable working conditions.

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JAKHONGIR’s Answer

I believe that someone can find any job if he/she has enough knowledge and patient on their field.
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Steve’s Answer

Your portfolio, experience, and client referrals will influence what rate you can charge. I would suggest getting an understanding of what animators charge in your region and use that as a benchmark to figure out what you'd like to ask for. Work on building a strong portfolio that has relevance to the types of jobs that are available. No need to do things on spec. You should get paid for your work, but if you don't have a lot of experience you'll likely need to get paid less than others. You can use that to your advantage to build your portfolio and eventually raise your rates.
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