There’s a growing number of artists who are leaving the industry to focus on the arts.
Art school grads are increasingly finding themselves without the jobs they used to enjoy, and those who are struggling to make ends meet.
Art students have had the hardest time of any subcategory of artists in the US, with a total of over half of all artists earning less than $35,000 a year.
Many artists have seen their careers collapse due to the rise of new technologies and the impact of the tech bubble, including artists such as David Koepp and Johnathan Schmitt.
According to a new report by the New York Times, the industry is seeing its biggest decline since the 1980s.
The study found that the number of art school grad jobs dropped in 2016 by nearly 50% and is expected to drop by more than 60% by 2025.
In the US alone, more than 20% of artists have left the art field in the past year, and some say the industry’s decline is due to changes in technology.
The Times said a “few hundred thousand” art graduates left the industry between the first quarter of 2018 and the first half of 2019.
The article also pointed to a decline in the number and types of art students who have a job.
The number of high school graduates who have worked in the industry has fallen by more of than 20%, the Times reported.
Art School Graduates: Job Search in the ValleyArt school graduates were less likely than other subcategories of graduates to have a full-time job in 2016, the Times found.
That means there were fewer art school graduates than the typical American earning more than $100,000 per year.
Art school graders were also less likely to have jobs than those with a bachelor’s degree.
Art grads were also more likely to be in a job that required a degree, the report found.
They were about 13% more likely than those without a degree to have that job, according to the Times.
Art schools are also more expensive than other schools for students, according the report.
They typically cost $55,000 to $65,000, and students are expected to pay close to $90,000 for their education, the paper said.
The art school bubble has been a factor for some artists, with some artists looking to sell their art and find other ways to support themselves.
One such artist is New York-based artist and educator Jeff Rosen, who moved to California to attend a public art school.
He told the Times that he had a number of options, including selling his work on Craigslist and using the money to finance his art.
But the financial struggles of his art school graduate days have left him struggling financially and not wanting to do that.
Art Schools are an Important InvestmentArt school students are a key part of the arts scene in the United States.
They make up a key segment of the American population, with more than 70% of the population aged 18 to 24 living in the metropolitan areas.
According to the US Census Bureau, more Americans than any other group have a bachelor degree, a higher percentage of people with a high school diploma or equivalent, and a higher proportion of art graduates than students.
Art and the Arts at a GlanceArt is a subject that is an integral part of our culture, and we’re not just talking about the arts here.
It is an important part of how we live and interact with one another.
The arts form a cornerstone of many of our cultural practices, and are often a place where ideas and experiences are formed, developed and shared.
Art is often an area of study for many in the arts, but the numbers are getting bigger and the numbers getting smaller.
The United States has a population of more than two billion people, but there are fewer than 10,000 public art schools in the country.
The average cost of an art school is $55 to $64,000.
Art schools that serve more than 100 students can charge anywhere from $20,000 up to $50,000 dollars per year, according The Wall Street Journal.
The Wall of Arts estimates that only about 6,000 private art schools offer classes of this type.