Do video editors make good money?

In a word: they get paid. If it’s one of their clients that says “hey we need a video editor for an upcoming episode we need a new video editor!” you’ll have a lot of video editing jobs lined up. I’d never say ‘don’t do video editing’, just to say that it may only pay a small amount of money.

Do you have advice for other video editors out there?

Do what’s right for you. It’s a very hard thing to explain, but do what you think is right in your mind. Remember that some people have bigger egos than others. If you think about it the most likely reason is that they are more intelligent than you may think, and they know that video editing isn’t something that they want to do for a lot of reasons. Maybe it means they only do it because someone else suggested it to them or it’s their dream gig. I have talked to more editors than I probably should have. I do have some advice that I can give to editors if they ever ask me.

So if you’re reading this and it makes you feel a bit nervous, don’t be afraid. Take a deep breath and tell me what to do: I love to laugh at some of the stupidest and annoying things of people out there. Don’t take it personally and keep writing and keep making yourself awesome.

On the heels of a recent survey that suggested that two thirds of New Yorkers consider themselves middle class, another new survey suggested that number actually fell between 2011 and 2013.

Heinz Ketchup made an IMDB page for itself to get credit for all ...
Bloomberg has also announced it will be asking people over age 50 whether their income has increased or decreased in the first five years of their lives in New York City. “The findings show that the largest shift in income has occurred over the last five years for the top fifth of income earners,” The New York Times reports.

“The findings show that the largest shift in income has occurred over the last five years for the top five percent of income earners.” – Bloomberg

That same survey found most of the poorest people in New York City, including those living in Harlem, are “middle class.” That survey also suggested that the share of households made by people earning less than $100,000 in the city has fallen by 12 percent and the median income of those in the bottom fifth has increased over the past five years.

The Times reports that the new survey was conducted by the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.

Polaris and Bora is a