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Once you've found your dream job, applying is the first step. Ace your job interview by discovering the top editorial assistant interview questions and learning how a thoughtful answer can impress a potential employer.
When you make a career move, having a realistic expectation of your earnings potential can help you make informed decisions. Arm yourself with the knowledge you'll score a high-paying editorial assistant job by understanding:
A competitive salary should be part of your total compensation package, but it isn't the only thing that matters. Many companies also offer paid time off and other valuable perks. Although benefits can vary widely depending on the size of the business, as an editorial assistant, you may also expect to receive: