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Pamela Paul
The median salary for a full-time writer in America is $20,300.
A new study found that most authors’ incomes are below the poverty line.
The New York Times The New York Times @nytimes
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Susan Wyndham 5 Jan 19
Replying to @PamelaPaulNYT
So the answer is no. Redundant question really.
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Publerati 5 Jan 19
Replying to @PamelaPaulNYT
Making Walmart look good!
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Nick Walker 5 Jan 19
Replying to @PamelaPaulNYT @moorehn
You might have to pay to be a writer soon. The Forbes contributor model.
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Bob Williams 6 Jan 19
Wait, what?
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angstlos aka "Facemasks stop COVID19” 5 Jan 19
Replying to @PamelaPaulNYT
Salaries are, in general, ridiculously low in America.
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Ben W Dickinson 5 Jan 19
Your handle 👏👍. We're taking the Cure. Imagine if Hillary HAD been president these past two years--the 3-ring circus run by Gowdy, Nunez, et al., the sorrowful midterm Congressional losses, the chin-pulling essays on the death of the Democratic Party.... The only way, indeed!
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oliver shackles 5 Jan 19
Replying to @PamelaPaulNYT
oversimplification, like most 'new studies'
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Ben 5 Jan 19
Replying to @PamelaPaulNYT @moorehn
All of a society's most important jobs, the ones that provide a check on power & nurture critical thinking are paid the least amount... as if to discourage people from doing those things.
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Mertz SZN 6 Jan 19
Replying to @PamelaPaulNYT @moorehn
Right? What would we do without buzzfeed
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