Each year, an average of 101 students graduate from journalism schools in Nevada. If you too are interested in a career in journalism, Nevada has 2 journalism schools for you to choose from. Tuition at Nevada's journalism schools is approximately $3,527 per year for a degree in journalism.
The largest journalism school in Nevada, by student population is University of Nevada-Reno. It is located in Reno. Approximately 85 students graduated with a journalism degree from University of Nevada-Reno in 2009, which was 84% of the total state journalism graduates for that year. Tuition at University of Nevada-Reno, was $5,045 per year in 2010.
A majority of those with an education in journalism pursue a career as a journalist. If after graduation, you are planning on sticking around the state, you should keep in mind that the job outlook for journalism graduates in Nevada is average. In Nevada, there are currently about 1,750 journalists. And the government projects that this number will increase by 9%, or to 1,910 journalists by the year 2018.
If you work as a journalist in Nevada, your yearly salary can range from less than $20,370 to more than $67,310. The median salary for journalists in Nevada is $39,370 per year.
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