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Pay is comission based so pay is dependent on photographer’s success in sales

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This job will help you gain experience taking portraits every day, but unless I'm misunderstanding the question this job won't qualify you for film...

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Depends. Each hospital has it's own personality. But, once you are there and get to know the staff, its usually pretty pleasant. The company culture is a bit harder to peg. On one hand, there is a lot of cheerleading for support of photographers etc etc. which is nice. But, it's a HIGHLY micro managed environment. Be prepared. Go to make the money. Not to get ahead. You aren't valued, not heard (they pretend to). You will get great practice for your craft but, nothing you can benefit from in the bigger context of building your career. It's a great step stool company.

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Depends on where you live. It's usually to other hospitals relative to your area. If they are needing a photographer to step in for another, you will be asked to cover a shift at another hospital in/or outside the hospital whether your cleared for the hospital or not. No, compensation for travel, in rare occasions you will get milage paid for (very basic amount). It's not worth it. Photographers spend money with Bella Baby to make a little money. If you are a true sales horse, it can be very good! If you are artistic and a people person with a no-pressure sales attitude, it can be good. But, the company will push you for sales!!!

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Yes. ALL of it. If it is stolen, broken, etc. It is your responsibility to replace and fix.

Yes. Your clock in time (in and out) as well as how long you have to photograph, pitch sales, show images etc. is all timed. I think the time is just a formality of bookkeeping. Money is the bottom line. Company is turning very corporate.

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It’s easy to get the job but be clear with your employee about what days you want to work, ie don’t make yourself too available or management will take advantage of you

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If all I had to do was to take newborns pictures then it wouldn’t be so bad, but with all the other stuff I had to do with the nicu and all the drama made me hate the job. It was not worth my time.

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No paid vacation days. Just a regular part-time job where you request days off and you don't get paid for them.

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