Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Questions like that should be directed to the Guild, in this case the Editors Guild. If you go to their site www.TheEditorsGuild.com, under employers is a section titled wages. I don't know that every Union offers the wages online, but you can always call a union and ask to speak to someone regarding wages.
Know that these are union wages. If you are working non-union there are no set rules, but using the union wages as guidelines can help you when putting in a bid on a job.
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