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How much does a News Reporter make in Montana?

Average News Reporter Hourly Wage in Montana

News Reporters earn a median hourly wage of $12.56. Hourly wages typically start from $8.29 and go up to $22.63.

Average News Reporter Yearly Salary in Montana

News Reporters earn a median salary of $26,120 per year. Salaries typically start from $17,240 and go up to $47,070.

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    • Delaware Technical Community College-Terry | Dover, DE
      Offers: Associates
    • Delaware Technical Community College-Stanton/Wilmington | Wilmington, DE
      Offers: Certificate, Associates
    • Delaware State University | Dover, DE
      Offers: Bachelors
    • University of Delaware | Newark, DE
      Offers: Bachelors
    • Goldey-Beacom College | Wilmington, DE
      Offers: Bachelors
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News Reporter Earnings by Seniority

Top End News Reporter Earnings

The highest earning News Reporters in Montana earn:

$22.63
an hour
$47,070
per year
Senior News Reporter Earnings

Senior News Reporters in Montana earn:

$17.03
an hour
$35,420
per year
Experienced News Reporter Earnings

Experienced News Reporters in Montana earn:

$12.56
an hour
$26,120
per year
Junior News Reporter Earnings

Junior News Reporters in Montana earn:

$9.03
an hour
$18,770
per year
Starting News Reporter Earnings

Starting News Reporters in Montana earn:

$8.29
an hour
$17,240
per year

Approximate values based on highest and lowest earning segments.

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Historical salary for News Reporters in Montana

Source: U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics

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