Agents/managers represent creative workers in the entertainment industry such as actors, writers and musicians. They assist in promoting their careers and running their business affairs, and try to obtain the best paying work and the best conditions for their clients. They assist their clients with career decisions and negotiate their contracts and fees; they also promote and publicise them. They also keep an eye open for new talent. The work is normal office hours, but they must often visit potential employers and attend performances of their artists, and so the working hours are usually quite flexible. They normally earn a percentage of the fee paid to their clients, so a very successful agent/manager can earn £250,000 or more per year.