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What is the average salary of Major League Baseball Camera Operator?

Major League Baseball Camera Operators earn $96,000 annually, or $46 per hour, which is 105% higher than the national average for all Camera Operators at $30,000 annually and 37% higher than the national salary average for ‚Äčall working Americans. The highest paid Camera Operators work for ABC News at $58,000 annually and the lowest paid Camera Operators work for Dillard's at $24,000 annually.

$96K Secaucus, NJ Camera Operator Average Salary at Major League Baseball ·

+$66K (104%) more than national average Camera Operator salary ($30K)
+$36K (46%) more than average Major League Baseball salary ($60K)
"Underpaid. With over seventeen years of experience, I feel I am worth $75 an hour or more at this point in my career. I am a professional cameraman and take my job very seriously. But, I also like to have fun with the crew, keep things loose. But, when the tally lights are on, I'm all business."

What is the salary for Camera Operator at Major League Baseball?

The salary for Camera Operator at Major League Baseball is $96,000 annually.

What company pays the highest salary for the Camera Operator position?

ABC News pays the highest salary for the Camera Operator position at $58,000 annually.

What company pays the lowest salary for the Camera Operator position?

Dillard's pays the lowest salary for the Camera Operator position at $24,000 annually.

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