Utah photographers have a higher pay rate than any other state in the nation.

The highest pay is awarded to the photographers employed by the state’s major television station, KUTV, with an annual salary of $121,000, according to data from PayScale.

The top-paid Utah photographer is a 28-year-old man named Joseph Smith.

His salary, which includes overtime pay, is $122,000 per year.

The top-earning photojournalist in Utah is 29-year old photographer Paul Johnson.

His pay, which included overtime pay and incentive compensation, is reported at $130,000 annually.

Smith’s photojournalism and writing jobs have been critical to the state and Utah’s tourism industry.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Utah is home to nearly two dozen national photojournalists.

In 2014, Smith’s photos were used in the blockbuster documentary “Blackfish,” which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

The film won the Best Documentary Oscar.

The Bureau of Occupational Safety and Health reports that the number of Utah residents with health problems related to the coronavirus has more than doubled in the last year.

Utah is one of three states that have reported at least 10 deaths related to coronaviruses in the United States, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Utah has had more than 50 coronaviral cases, according an August report from the state Department of Health and Human Services.

The state has had three coronavides in 2017, but none in 2018.

According to the Centers of Disease Control, the rate of hospitalizations for acute respiratory illnesses among children has increased over the last three years.

This number is about double the national average of 1.2 per 1,000 children.

Utah ranked No. 2 in the U.S. in the number and percentage of people with acute respiratory illness among children in 2016.

Utah is also the first state in Utah to mandate that all of its residents be vaccinated.

The law, which is scheduled to take effect on Oct. 1, requires all residents who work in health care facilities to be vaccinated against the coronovirus, as well as all employees, employees’ family members and caregivers of workers.

Utah’s state budget will be used to pay for the costs of the new coronavivirus vaccinations, according a spokesman for Gov.

Gary Herbert.

According the Bureau for Labor Statistics report, the average salary for a full-time worker in Utah in 2016 was $46,700.

Utah’s state government reported a $19.4 million surplus in fiscal year 2017, according Labor Department data.