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Medical Editor - Medical Writer - CME Medical Education / Medical Communications My client a Connecticut based Medical Education Company is actively seeking an industry experienced Medical Editor/ Medical Writer with previous medical education, medical communications, or medical publishing experience. This position will be responsible for managing the creation of CME (Continuing Medical Education)...
Full-Time COMMUNITY REPORTER Shore Publishing/Zip06.com is seeking a full time staff writer to cover shoreline news beats. The reporter will be responsible for covering civic news and features for our print and online publications. The successful candidate for this detail- and deadline driven position will have strong experience in news writing as well as photography and new media skills. For cons...
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Salaries

$29,120.00 - $100,000.00
Typical Salary for Editor in Connecticut
(446 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Bachelor's
59.9%
Master's
27.4%
Some College Coursework Completed
3.5%
Associates
3.5%
Doctorate
2.8%
(317 Respondents)
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