Joseph Kahn, executive editor of the New York Times.
The New York Times has been staffing up as it seeks to expand its subscription offering.
Insider analyzed public data to gauge how much the newspaper pays employees in the US.
The Times has offered some US-based staffers annual salaries between $53,392 and $306,000.
The New York Times is hiring for more than 200 positions in the US, across editorial, strategy and operations, and more.
The newspaper has been staffing up as it seeks to expand its subscription offerings to readers around the world and beef up its digital capabilities.
Insider analyzed work-visa disclosures released by the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification to see what the Times pays for certain roles.
The data shows how much the media company offers employees who it wants to hire in the US through work visas, from a senior editor for the newsroom product who would earn $140,000 per year, to an SVP of data and insights with a salary of around $300,000.
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