What to Know About The New York Times’ “Shattered” Salary Survey
NEW YORK — The New York Time Magazine is reporting that the average freelance photographer earning $50,000 a year in New York City will have to make $20,000 more this year to cover the same coverage.
The article states that the salary increases will be due to the decline in the number of journalists, and the increase in the size of the freelance market, which has grown from just a few thousand in the mid-1990s to over 1.5 million today.
The increase in size of this market has created new demand for more photographers, which means more photographers are able to cover more stories, which is good for journalism. “
The decline has been driven in part by the rise of online platforms like Facebook and Instagram.
The increase in size of this market has created new demand for more photographers, which means more photographers are able to cover more stories, which is good for journalism.
This also means more freelancers are able forgo their usual workday and take on more assignments.
And since these assignments are much shorter, fewer people need to be covering the same story at the same time.”The Times reported that the changes will come as a result of a “decade-long effort” by the company to grow its freelance market.
The article says that the increase is the result of the company “looking for ways to increase the breadth of coverage.”
The Times’ article notes that the New Yorkers covering the Times are not only more seasoned reporters, but also more likely to have a larger budget, and have the option of working for less.
Molloy told the New York Times that the company was working hard to grow the freelance business.
While the Times’ article does not mention any salary changes in the article, the company did not release any salary data from 2015.
For example, the article did not provide salary data for a person who worked for the Times in March.
But a company spokesperson told The Huffington Post that the company has not made any such salary changes since it launched its freelancer program.
So, the Times is likely not telling you that the freelance photographers are going to have to make $20,049 more this year to cover their same story as before, even though it would be a small change.
In fact, the NYT said in a statement to the NewYorkTimes.com that the compensation increase is “for the benefit of the thousands of freelancers in the New Yorker, which we are proud of.”
In a letter to the Wall Street Journal published last year, the Times said that it has invested in its freelance business by increasing staff and reorganizing its staff.
“[We have] spent $50 million to hire about 10,000 freelance writers, according to our data.
The company has increased its coverage of New York in a wide range of topics, from breaking news to celebrity gossip to the arts, sports, health and technology,” the letter read.
“We have also invested in the hiring of more people in our print and online newsrooms to continue to serve our customers.
We have expanded our newsroom team in recent years, hiring some of the best journalists in the business to help cover this industry.”