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What is the starting modeling pay rate?
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What is the pay for male model in london..ls advise the pay by experience if i m new face for male modeling then what's the pay..what is the minimum and maximum pay for male model in London and world?
There are no solid pay rates for modeling in general. The factors that influence how much a model gets paid include: - The type of modeling you do (fashion, runway, print, etc.) - The effectiveness of your agency to book you work - The nature of the work (nationwide client vs. local client) - How often/consistently you get modeling work - Your location (large modeling market vs. small/local modeling market)
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Answer: Either of the following methods: 1. ((New pay rate / old pay rate) - 1) * 100 2. ((New pay rate - old pay rate) / old pay rate ) * 100 Proof: If old pay rate = 15 $/hr and new pay rate = 18 $/hr, then: 1. ((18 / 15) - 1) * 100 = 20% 2. ((18 - 15) / 15) * 100 = 20% Check: old pay rate * (decimal version of 20%=0.20) + old pay rate = new pay rate 15 * 0.20 + 15 = 18