If you dream of being a photojournalist covering stories for magazines, then you are not alone.
We have just completed a year-long survey with the help of people visiting the Up To Speed website to find out what you are looking for in a career in photography.
About 550 people used our polls to answer three simple questions: where they would like to see their work published, what their preferred role might be and what their dream job would be.
In answer to the first question 44.57% said they would like to see their work published in magazines while 24.68% wanted to see their pictures in newspapers.
A whopping 68.84% wanted to be photojournalists, while 22.8% liked the idea of becoming press photographers.
Finally, 68.18% said photojournalist was their dream job, while 21.45% were yearning to become press photographers.
You can see the polls in full below and vote yourself.
We use the surveys to adapt the teaching on our NCTJ-accredited Fast-Track Photojournalism course to your preferences.
The course covers units in photographic skills and practice as well as media law and writing.
Our Photography Tutor Neil Turner is regularly published in national newspapers and magazines.
Neil’s pictures of foraging for wild food appeared in the Guardian’s Best of British Supplement.