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Political Reporters


There are great variations in the earnings of reporters. Salaries are related to experience, the type of employer for which the reporter works, and geographic location. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the median salary for broadcast news analysts was $66,880 in May 2018, with the lowest 10 percent earning $27,370 or less and the top 10 percent earning $200,180 or more. Reporters and correspondents earned a median annual income of $41,260 in May 2018. Ten percent of those in this group earned $23,490 or less, and 10 percent made $100,930 or more annually.

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