Visual Effects Workers Struggle Without Health Care, Overtime Pay, Survey Finds

Brent Lang
July 16, 2013
Visual Effects Workers Struggle Without Health Care, Overtime Pay, Survey Finds

Visual effects workers frequently lack health insurance and are forced to work long hours without overtime pay, a new study by the Visual Effects Society found Tuesday. 

The honorary professional society tapped visual effects supervisor Scott Squires, a VE supervisor who has worked on films like "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace," to survey more than 600 visual effects artists around the globe.

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