What is the salary of a News Reporter?

The average salary of a News Reporter in United States is $20.1. Salaries start from around $8.4 and go up to $36.5. For a detailed look at the salary in your state, click on the map below.

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$36.5
Starting ($8.39)
Junior ($9.62)
Experienced ($13.95)
Senior ($21.48)
Highest ($36.46)
Highest

The top 10% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$36.5
Senior

The top 25% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$21.5
Experienced

The middle 50% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$14.0
Junior

The bottom 25% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$9.6
Starting

The bottom 10% of News Reporters in United States earn:

$8.4

Historical salary

News Reporter salary by state

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State Salary Rank
Alabama 13.3 42
Alaska 20.5 17
Arkansas 14.2 41
California 26.3 4
Colorado 25.5 5
Connecticut 17.7 24
District of Columbia 28.5 3
Florida 18.2 23
Georgia 21.5 14
Hawaii 17.4 26
Idaho 15.2 35
Illinois 21.9 11
Indiana 14.8 37
Iowa 15.4 33
Kansas 15.4 34
Kentucky 10.8 49
Louisiana 18.7 21
Maine 13.1 44
Maryland 21.3 15
Massachusetts 31.7 1
Michigan 16.2 29
Minnesota 24.0 7
Mississippi 12.8 45
Missouri 16.4 28
Montana 14.5 40
Nebraska 15.6 32
Nevada 30.7 2
New Hampshire 16.1 30
New Jersey 24.8 6
New Mexico 11.3 47
New York 20.1 19
North Carolina 21.1 16
North Dakota 14.6 39
Ohio 22.3 10
Oklahoma 14.9 36
Oregon 24.0 8
Pennsylvania 20.2 18
South Carolina 18.5 22
South Dakota 14.7 38
Tennessee 17.1 27
Texas 23.8 9
Utah 21.6 13
Vermont 15.7 31
Virginia 17.4 25
Washington 21.9 12
West Virginia 13.3 43
Wisconsin 19.3 20
Wyoming 12.6 46
Puerto Rico 10.9 48

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