February 26th, 2013
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Folio: has released the results of their annual nationwide survey. The survey maps out salary ranges for mid and executive-level editors across a number of demographics including gender, age, location, company size, education and more.

According to the report, in 2012, a male Editor-in Chief was making $100,800, while a woman in the same position was making $85,100. 

See the interactive infographic that Folio prepared with the data. Images above are screenshots from the infographic. 

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    Hello from an Editor-in-chief making less than a line cook at McDonalds.
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    How does your salary compare?
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    Of course.
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    grumble, grumble.
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    ughhhhh the gender gap sucks.
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