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How Much Does a Science Journalist Make Per Year? Average Science Journalist Salary

The average salary for a Science Journalist ranges from $29,000 to over $45,000 per year depending on the skill and experience of the journalist and the policy of the individual media group. The salary can be augmented by bonuses and commissions which could take the salary to over $50,000. Newspapers, magazines and specialist publications pay roughly the same rates with only slight variations between them.

by Margaret Walker on Tue, 02/15/2011 - 04:56

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