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For some, it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to roll with the big boys and girls, the movers and shakers of the fashion and entertainment industry. However, modeling is a job like other legal jobs people do to earn a living. The difference is the job responsibilities you are saddled with. Models spend time practicing their poses, going to the gym, dieting, attending meetings, building their portfolios, etc. Modeling has its pros and cons. The cons are not to discourage aspiring models but to point out that modeling is beyond glamour and stardom in Nigeria.
Pros of Becoming A Model in Nigeria
They earn money
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They are paid based on the type of modeling gig they do. If you want to learn more about that you can read the article on how much models earn in Nigeria.
They have many experiences
Publicity and Exposure
They travel often
Cons of Becoming A Model in Nigeria
Earning little at the beginning
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Newbies, especially freelance models do not earn much until they become big names or are given big modeling gigs to do.
It is tiring
Models may not get jobs often
ConclusionThere are always two sides to every coin. To become a model in Nigeria, you must know and be ready to face the pros and cons of the job. Featured Image source: The Guardian Nigeria News
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