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2005-12-18 20:24:38
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For print reporters, anywhere from $15,000 for a full-time reporter at your local surburban weekly paper to over $100,000 as an investigative reporter at a major paper, like the Washington Post, NY Times or Chicago Tribune. Probably an average of $40,000-$50,000 at a big city daily. Be aware that even with a journalism degree and experience, it's hard to break in to this field.


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