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Compositor Salary

How much does a Compositor make in New York, United States?
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Salary Data for Compositor

$44,554 (USD)/yr

$21 (USD)/hr

$650 (USD)/yr

$44,067 (USD)/yr

$21 (USD)/hr

$650 (USD)/yr

Job Description
Positions type by hand and machine, and assembles type and cuts in a galley, for printing articles, headings, and other printed matter. Ascertains type size, style, and compositional pattern from work order.
The average compositor salary in New York, United States is $44,554 or an equivalent hourly rate of $21. This is 8% higher (+$3,260) than the average compositor salary in the United States. In addition, they earn an average bonus of $650. Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in New York, United States.
Compensation Data Based on Experience

$33,541 (USD)

$53,711 (USD)

Education

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Salary Potential

$51,651 (USD)

16 %

Based on our compensation data, the estimated salary potential for Compositor will increase 16 % over 5 years.

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