If I had a dollar for every time I was asked this question, I would have more money than Donald Trump. So I will try to answer this question with this thread.
Perhaps after reading this, some of you, young writers, may decide to take some courses and give up trying to make a living as content writers.
Feel free to ask questions about how to get started if you wish. I also encourage anyone to intervene and add their opinion or answer any questions that may be asked.
First, there are really three definitions of editors, which are the following:
(1) agency editors
(2) copywriters at home
(3) freelance writers / entrepreneurs
As for income, it all depends on the experience and customer base among other things, but the average editor receives around US $ 48,000. UU. By year. Many get around $ 65,000 while a senior copywriter under contract can expect an average of $ 93,000.
Personally, I have worked with a well-known copywriter who has a contract that won $ 220,000 last year and will probably match or exceed that year.
I hope this question has been answered, but if not, do not hesitate to ask any questions you may have and I will answer you when you are back online.