What is the salary of a location scout?

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You can expect to earn a salary of between £900 and £1200 weekly when working as a location scout, depending on your experience. A location scout is a person who looks for film locations and usually works under a location manager. Bigger budget projects such as movies will offer higher rates for this work.
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