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Where ever animation and multimedia jobs are going, at least those with moderate technical skills are bound to have opportunities. Animators are in high demand, and the industry is expanding rapidly. Many of these jobs and roles are commercially driven.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has yet to officially classify animation (and multimedia production) a separate job category. It is included under the broader category of digital media. However, as of 2019, it is considered a profession by the BLS.
However, the 10 to 20 percent growth seen over the past two years is significantly less when compared to the 50 percent growth in video game and entertainment content over the same time period. Further, the BLS expects little growth in the sector over the coming years. That is not to say there are not jobs. On the contrary, job growth is projected to continue as multimedia companies expand] and hire to continue delivering more content.
Many animation and multimedia companies hire according to their plans and priorities rather than waiting for jobs to open. The latter cannot be recommended. Companies are also expanding their multimedia and animation efforts as they expand their existing presence on the internet. Many of these efforts are focused at reaching the highest level of viewers, which includes social and mobile.
Overall, the millennium is characterized by what is known as the interactive revolution. Some refer to the period in which Internet and digital content became dominant as “the digital age.” At any rate, the rise of graphic design and multimedia art is now firmly rooted in the current digital landscape.