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How is the pay structured. As a photographer, when it says based on performance are you having to go to dealers and get them to use your services and the more you photograph the more you make? Or do you get your base guaranteed pay of 17 to 20 an hour plus profit sharing when you exceed your goals? Or are the dealers already scheduled for the photographer as inventory comes in?

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The pay structure just changed. You get base hourly pay plus a per car payout. The first few weeks you’ll probably get like $17 an hour overall, but as your per car payouts increase you should get over $20 an hour. If you hit your goal it will be even more, like $25 an hour overall.

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If you are a hard worker you can make a really great income. I make an average of $25 an hour because I’m shooting 3-5 cars an hour.

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Updated answer for 2018: first 30 days you get 15 dollars an hour. No overtime. After 2 weeks you are on your own on finding the cars and shooting the car. This is a cut thoart job and need to make sure to hustle to keep your job. If not, they hire someone else to pick up the slack and push you out.

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For the first 3 months you get $17/hour. After that probation period is over you work 100% off commission. Each car is only worth $5-7, so in short you're not making a lot of money at all. They use the bait and switch method to lure people into applying.

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