In fact, many start as newspaper reporters and move up to the editor position.
While Internet news publications are replacing some print newspapers, editors still need to make coverage and business decisions for online news as well as in print.
In the newspaper industry, newspaper editors numbered just 23,200 in 2011. Her articles have appeared in several trade and business publications such as the Houston Chronicle. She holds a Bachelor of Science in speech from UT-Austin.
In sum, no job growth is expected from 2010 to 2020. On the low end, editors earned a 25th percentile salary of $40,480, meaning 75 percent earned more than this amount. Johnson also co-authored a series of communications publications for the U.
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Newspaper editors enjoy writing and are good at it.Global Business and Financial News, Stock Quotes, and Market Data and Analysis.- 2008/2009 for State University System (SUS) & individual universities - 2000/2001 through 2007/2008 for SUS with some information for individual universities For salary information for Florida state universities, see Florida Has a Right to Know from the Florida Office of the Governor.Such arrangements, including the character, extent, and cost of the work, are purely private, contractual matters between the independent researcher and you.It also is up to you to determine whether or not the researcher's experience and qualifications meet your needs.English, journalism or communications are all appropriate choices, but any liberal arts degree is a good choice, especially with a concentration in writing.While in college, find other opportunities that will give you newspaper experience, such as working for the college newspaper or an internship.More than 4 million employees — slightly more than 3% of the U. workforce — work from home at least half the time, according to Global Workplace Analytics, a telecommuting research site.Certain careers offer more remote jobs than others.The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a 2011 median annual salary for newspaper editors of ,840.There isn’t a degree or education requirement to being an editor, but with little predicted job growth you increase your chances with at least a bachelor’s degree.