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Experian Editor Salaries in Lawrence, MA

The average Experian Editor in Lawrence, MA earns $95,000 annually. This total compensation is $20,901 more than theaverage for a Editor.

In Lawrence, MA, The Marketing Department at Experian earns $2,471 more on average than the IT Department.

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Editor Salaries at Experian

In Lawrence, MA, Editors earn $2,624 more than Event Planners, and $2,022 less than Business Analysts.

Senior Marketing Manager
$154k*
Brand Manager
$117k*
Marketing Operations
$110k*
Content Strategist
$101k*
Business Analyst
$97k*
Editor
$95k
Event Planner
$92k*
Content Manager
$83k*
SEM Manager
$83k*
Copywriter
$81k*
Data Analyst
$79k*
Social Media Manager
$76k*
Email Marketer
$76k*
Marketing Associate
$75k*
SEO Specialist
$75k*
Community Manager
$74k*
* estimated salary

Compensation at Experian by Department

In Lawrence, MA, The Marketing Department averages $2,471 more than the IT Department, and $5,720 less than the Design Department

Design
$103,533 Avg. total comp.
+$6k
Marketing
$97,813 Avg. total comp.
IT
$95,342 Avg. total comp.
-$2k

Editor Compensation by Gender (All Companies)

The average female Editor at companies similar size to Experian reported making $93,327, while the average male Editor at similar sized companies reported making $111,418.

Editor Compensation by Ethnicity (All Companies)

The average African American/Black Editor at companies similar size to Experian reported making $121,880, while the average Hispanic or Latino Editor at similar sized companies reported making $76,200.

How Editors at Experian Rate Their Compensation

The majority of Editors at Experian believe they're compensated fairly. 50% of Editors at Experian say they receive annual bonuses, and the vast majority (94%) are satisfied with their benefits. See more compensation ratings at Experian

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