This depends on several factors; Your skill level, location, experience, which industry (games, movies, tv, etc.).
Contrary to pessimistic belief, keyframe animation is alive and well. No, motion capture did not kill the traditional artistics methods.
The ability to land jobs highly depends on your skill level, industry, and more importantly, location - if you wanna work in movies and a lot of the studios are in CA, but you live in Washington, then that will make things a little difficult.
I myself came from Chicago, where animation jobs in general are pretty slim pickins'... I made a choice to find a job out in the Bay area and move there. I've also worked in NY, where animation work is predominantly in TV or commercials.
If you've done your homework, you'll find there are still a lot of game studios doing keyframe animation for games. Insomniac, Doubl Fine, Naughty Dog to name a few... are they hiring right now? Well, that's something for the prospective animator to find out and research.