USBLS statistics

Med. Salary For Reporters $35K, $52K For Eds


The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics spotlights the media and information industries in a series of delightful charts, including one that outlines salary information for employed journalists. These figures “do not include the unincorporated self-employed,” the BLS says.

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Elizbath james posted over 2 years ago
Bureau of labor and Statics providing useful information about the career. It's make easy to start a career. Average income of a medical helper is also ranges between $29,370 to $33,560 which is almost 20 % less as compare to medical reporter pay.
Carter martin posted a year ago
I think it's quiet normal. I was thinking that they are getting higher salaries. Radiology technician with the average salary of $55,000 earning more then the reporters. The reason behind that medical tech workers needs proper education most of them have completed four years education while in medical anyone with the administrative course and even with certification can get the job.


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