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13 of 14 then and it ends, what happened to the 14th slide? Nice to see Reader’s Digest is continuing its tradition of making condensed versions
The weathermen rarely gets paid as much as the Anchorman BUT if the
weatherman is an actual meteorologist the yes he will be paid more the
average anchorman gets between 50K and 120K depending on the station a
weatherman will make 50 to70k but a real meteorologist will rarely make
less that 87K. Stations used to hire meteorologist but for the most part
they don’t and thus the Anchorman gets paid the most. As for who can call themselves a Meteorologist well
the implication is there are no standards but the US governemtn the US
military and other nations have defind requirements the best being the
one by the American Meteorological Society. That said You can call yourself napoleon that does not make you him.
Did you even graduate high school? You really need to learn proper sentence structure, punctuation, etc. before posting.
I….uh…the um…but…and the…..uh….NO.
This was actually published?
hello: just being a regular person; I have studied weather for 16 years. especially from jan 19 & 20 1996.with the help of wten & cbs6 in Albany, ny; I consider my self “DR. DEWPOINT! article 8. also article 5, the national weather service & the weather channel for 30 years! also jim cantore of the weather channel. I’ve known for years; that one thing I wANTED TO BE IS A METEROLOGIST; FASCINATING! TAKE CARE