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National Herald average salary is $39,500, median salary is $39,500 with a salary range from $39,500 to $39,500.
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Graphic Designer 39,500-39,500 Long Island City, NY, 11101 2010 National Herald Graphic Designer Salaries (1)
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  • National Herald Inc
  • Industry: Publishing
  • City: Long Island City, NY
  • Online Edition of leading Greek American newspaper. Updated daily with all the top news headlines.