The number of video editors on the market may be down in recent months but the demand is there, especially for the more skilled work. The annual salary of an experienced video editor is around Rs.10 lakh in India. This is expected to rise to Rs.25 lakh within several years. The average monthly rate for a video editor in India is around Rs.500.
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3. Are there career opportunities for women in the industry today. What are their job prospects?
As per the latest reports, about 45% female candidates apply for video editing jobs compared to 42% of men. So it is fair to assume that with respect to skill set we have a gender imbalance of the job. However, it’s important to stress that even the most skilled video editors can only cover up to 35% of the screen time.
As regards career opportunities, there are few job-seeking opportunities for the skilled work in an audio-visual industry. Of the audio-visual jobs available, audio-visual editors will be found in the post-production area, content creation area, and editing of web content. We would expect to see a rise in the number of audio-visual jobs in the pipeline within the next three to five years.
4. What are the career opportunities of non-Hindu citizens in India?
Apart from education, jobs in the audio-visual industry also tend to be based on meritocracy. The same holds true for the skill set, education and experience of all job-seekers. A few of them may not necessarily be Hindus either but they are still qualified to earn a good salary in this role.
5. Are there any special requirements that must be met before a prospective video editor or a professional video editor will accept to work in India?
First and foremost, the prospective professional video editor needs to be a native speaker of English and he or she needs to have a valid visa. The position requires high technical skills. For instance, the position offers a wide range of jobs in post production, content creation, and editing.
6. How does an aspiring professional video editor become an editor?
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