Want to know how much you could earn working as a webcam model?
We conducted a survey of 655 actively-working webcam models in July 2020 and asked questions like: How much do you earn? Which cam site do you use? How long have you been webcam modeling for? How many hours per week do you spend camming?
The results are fascinating and we hope will provide helpful info for new cam models, people who are just getting back into camming, or anyone who’s just curious about the latest data for the industry.
Without further ado, read on below to learn how much cam models make!
HOW DO MUCH CAM GIRLS MAKE IN 2020?
The average webcam model earns $1,043 per week from an 18 hour work week . How much a cam girl makes varies based on the amount of experience a cam model has, how much time they dedicate to camming, which cam sites they use and a variety of other factors. The top-earning cam models in the United States earn as much as $6,000 per week , while beginner cam models can earn as little as $100 per week .
When we adjust for the different amounts of time each model dedicates to camming, the average cam model earns $58.77 per hour spent broadcasting. Hourly earnings for cam models vary widely as well, with top models raking in as much as $315.00 per hour , while the lowest-earning models average as little as $4.70 per hour .
Average Cam Girl Salary
The biggest driver of how much a cam model earns is their level of experience. Unsurprisingly, the more years of experience a model has, the more they tend to make.
New cam models with less than 1 year of experience make $804 per week on average, or $43 per hour . The most experienced models with 5+ years of camming under their belt earn nearly three times as much, raking in $2,875 per week or $103 per hour on average.
This is an encouraging result. If you’re a new cam model and feel like you’re struggling to earn as much as you’d like, you’re not alone. Stick with it and know you’ll get better and earn more over time!
Another major factor determining how much a webcam model makes is (again, unsurprisingly) that amount of time they dedicate to camming.
While the average model cams for 18 hours per week and makes just over $1,000 from doing so, models who cam for 35+ hours per week typically make $2,500 per week or more.
On the lower end, models who cam for 5 to 10 hours per week tend to make only around $350 per week.
One of the more powerful takeaways from this data is just how viable webcam modeling is as a full-time career. While most models only cam part-time, the ones who treat it as a full-time profession make over $130,000 per year on average. That’s nearly twice the median household income in the United States!
Webcam Model Earnings Based On Hours Worked Per Week
|Hours Worked||Earnings Per Week||Earnings Per Month||Earnings Per Year|
|5 hrs / wk||$355||$1,521||$18,511|
|10 hrs / wk||$787||$3,373||$41,036|
|15 hrs / wk||$1,088||$4,663||$56,731|
|20 hrs / wk||$1,200||$5,143||$62,571|
|25 hrs / wk||$1,133||$4,856||$59,078|
|30 hrs / wk||$1,667||$7,144||$86,922|
|35 hrs / wk||$2,123||$9,099||$110,699|
|40+ hrs / wk||$2,625||$11,250||$136,875|