Want to Set Fire on that Ramp...want to be the eyeball of millions of fans, modelling can get you it all
Modelling is all about hard work, dedication, being street smart, professionally advanced everyday, doing better every morning and also being ready to do something different and above the average during the entire career. Not necessary you need to really look beautiful of one of those winners of global beauty contests to be a super model, it is all about knowing and understanding the tricks of the trade. Attending a certificate or associate's programs in any of the top schools where you also learn the tricks of film and video production can help you to go a longer way. Make sure during all the days of being in the campus, you also make a portfolio ready and it is shot by a recognised fashion photographer.
Once the portfolio is done, get ready to approach various advertising agencies and also in-house agencies of various corporates as some of the top corporates these days indulge into making their promotional films, advertising films by their own staff members and they maintain an in-house agency. After setting up bases with all of them, your life becomes easier and you can start getting mentally prepared to kick off the journey. Do not forget to stay in touch with them and keep reminding them about your interests and show them how dedicated you are when it comes to being in this profession. Modelling is all about talents and nurtured excellence armed with excellent networking with the prospective clients, most of which are actually advertising agencies.
If we take few second out and have a quick look on what U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has to say on modelling as a profession in its 2012 summer report, then we find that employment of models is going to witness an impressive growth of 14 percent during the ten years' period starting 2010. Be happy with this piece of information as it means a lot because it comes from one of the most authentic sources. Want to know how much you can expect to take home, well, the Bureau has a mention of that also in its same report. Let us read it out, "The median hourly wage of models during May, 2010 was $15.83 and top 10 per cent earned around $28.86 per hour during the same period under consideration."
So while the profession brings you all the opportunities to grab the attention of the readers of page 3 of morning newspapers and evening tabloids alongwith the chances of sizzling on the television screens, it pays you handsome. Now you think that you are convinced to try this out--before you are going to find out standing in front of the mirror and try to work on those black patches below your eyes, we have another word and that too a word of excitement as the Bureau report mentions that demand for racially and ethnically diverse models will increase during next ten years.
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