LA Weekly Managing Editors earn $72,000 annually, or $35 per hour, which is 18% higher than the national average for all Managing Editors at $60,000 annually and 9% higher than the national salary average for all working Americans. The highest paid Managing Editors work for TBWA Worldwide at $105,000 annually and the lowest paid Managing Editors work for Internet Broadcasting at $39,000 annually.
The salary for Managing Editor at LA Weekly is $72,000 annually.
TBWA Worldwide pays the highest salary for the Managing Editor position at $105,000 annually.
Internet Broadcasting pays the lowest salary for the Managing Editor position at $39,000 annually.
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