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Sports Reporter - Gloversville, NY

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by bbnews60, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. bbnews60

    bbnews60 Member


    Got questions PM me.
  2. newspaperman

    newspaperman Member

    $20 - $25k to live in New York???...Do they give you a box to sleep in at night also?
  3. budcrew08

    budcrew08 Active Member

    You can live in Gloversville on that. It isn't NYC.
  4. ChrisMaza

    ChrisMaza Member

    I could barely live in VERMONT on that.
  5. Baron Scicluna

    Baron Scicluna Well-Known Member

    Vermont is more expensive than upstate New York. $20K would be very tight, and you'd be eating Ramen every night, but $25K would actually be doable for a young, single person.

    Someone with a family, on the other hand, probably would struggle big time.
  6. bbnews60

    bbnews60 Member

    I worked in Bennington and never lived there, but my commute sucked up the gas big time and made it tough.

    Gloversville has been better on both ends.
  7. Drip

    Drip Active Member

    Many delicious flavors of Ramen available.
    Roast Beef
    Roast Chicken
    Spicy Mexican Chicken
    Creamy Chicken
    Lime Shrimp
    Lime Chilli Shrimp
    Low Beef.
  8. ChrisMaza

    ChrisMaza Member

    I worked in Bennington, a far cry from a town like Burlington, and lived there. It was very tough, even as a young, single person.

  9. Bernie51

    Bernie51 New Member

    If you're looking for a first job out of school, you could do much worse. Plus, you'll be very close to Glens Falls and when there's an opening at The Post-Star you'll have a GREAT opportunity for a GREAT second job.
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