According to the Wall Street Journal, the median wage for a news reporter is $37,500 per year.

That’s right. It’s a lot. But how much does a news reporter make? If you take the median number for the entire country, it’s about $60,000 a year. Which is great for a lot of people, but it’s not great for a journalist. For one thing, they often have to do their writing in the evenings or on weekends, which can be a lot of hard work.

The Wall Street Journal also says that salaries at the top levels often double or triple what their peers make, and that makes it harder to find a good-paying job. The problem is that the top levels of journalism are also the places where we know the most about the real world. The job requires you to be able to read and analyze a lot, write about a lot, and write in a way that is difficult or impossible for the average person to do in a normal conversation.

So you have to work harder to be a news reporter than a movie critic. Because you’re in a business that requires more and more of your time and energy. Because you have to spend a lot of time in front of a camera and a phone, talking with reporters. Because you have to read articles. And because you have to read an article and write it down and get it published. You simply don’t have the time or energy or money to be a news reporter.

The difference between a movie critic and a news reporter is that a movie critic is an expert in his field, whereas a news reporter is just a person who wants to get a job doing something. A news reporter is someone who wants to get a job, and the news media is a business that will pay for his time, and for his expertise. The news media is nothing more than a business that will pay for his expertise and time.

While there are a lot of jobs that can be done by someone with news experience, there are some pretty specific jobs that require you to pay for your time and expertise. As an example, you might be a reporter on the TV news or a news anchor for a local news station.

The main difference between a TV news reporter and a news anchor is that the news anchor has a much greater amount of time to devote to a show. For instance, the news anchor can spend an entire day doing a story, while a news reporter can typically spend that time on a single story. In addition, a news anchor often has a degree and experience in journalism that a radio or TV reporter does not.

This is true for many news organizations, but it’s worth noting that because the media business has always been a “free market” business, reporters tend to be more or less equal in terms of pay. As such, the pay for a news reporter is often much higher than the pay for a news anchor.

The difference in pay between a news reporter and a TV reporter is a lot smaller than the difference between a news anchor and a radio or TV anchor. In fact, the more senior you get, the less the difference between the two increases. It’s just a difference of degree.

There are a couple of reasons why this is the case. First, TV news is much more time consuming than print journalism. The number of people who are willing to put in the time to write a news story is much greater. Second, journalists are paid much more than other people. In the US, the median annual income for a person in their 20’s is $32,700.