Modeling sounds glamorous, and expensive: walking down coveted runways decked out in thousands of dollars of clothes, being watched by mega celebrities, getting photographed for top fashion magazines, or jet setting around the world.
What’s not to love about that, however, is that despite the 18-hour days and the huge profits they help bring in for fashion houses, models are among the country’s low-wage earners with an average of $26,110 per year, according to U.S. government data. CNN reports that the average hourly rate is $12.55.
A commercial insurance loss control inspector with about 40-hours of training can expect to earn $25-$35 an hour.
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