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MrTempler

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Newspaper journalist: Salary and conditions
« on: August 14, 2013, 01:23:45 PM »
Few people enter journalism for the money. The starting salary for a trainee reporter is around £15,000, but on a local/regional paper may be as low as £12,000, according to the National Union of Journalists (NUJ) . You can expect rises of £1,500 - £3,000 as you progress through training.
The average salary for all journalists is £24,500, but there is wide variation between regional and national newspapers. Salaries for journalists with between one to four years' experience are £14,900 to £24,350. For those with five to nine years' experience it is £21,700 to £35,000. With over ten years' experience you can expect a salary starting at £22,000 to £39,000.
Salaries for senior editors on regional daily newspapers are often negotiable and range from £50,000 to £85,000. On national newspapers, salaries can be even higher. Share options and bonuses, reflecting the paper's performance, may bolster salaries.
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Re: Newspaper journalist: Salary and conditions
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2013, 07:41:52 PM »
En paises de sudamerica, casi que no existen personas interesadas en el periodismo, porque no ofrece garantias a quien lo estudia, de tener una vida digna.. no hay "secure payments"