The average pay for a State Editor is $91,331 a year and $44 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for a State Editor is between $64,760 and $113,076.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Formulates policy; plans, coordinates, and directs editorial activities; and supervises workers who assist in selecting and preparing material for publication in magazines, trade journals, house organs, and related publications.
Determines theme of issue and gathers related material.
Writes or assigns staff members or freelance writers to write articles, reports, editorials, reviews, and other material.
Reads and evaluates material submitted for publication consideration.
Secures graphic material from picture sources and assigns artists and photographers to produce pictures and illustrations.
Assigns staff member, or personally interviews individuals and attends gatherings, to obtain items for publication, verify facts, and clarify information.
Assigns research and other editorial duties to assistants.
To carry out responsibilities at this level requires a four-year degree.
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State Editor Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
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