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On average, employees at Southern Newspaper stay with the company for 4.3 years. Employees most commonly join Southern Newspaper after leaving The Rockdale Citizen. When they leave Southern Newspaper, they most frequently get their next job at American National Insurance Company.
|Average Length of Employment|
Southern Newspaper4.3 years
PRINCETON PACKET3.9 years
Galveston Newspapers3.2 years
The Salem News2.9 years
|Top Employers Before Southern Newspaper|
The Rockdale Citizen17.2 %
Morris Communications10.3 %
Southern Company6.9 %
|Top Employers After Southern Newspaper|
Spinnaker Coating9.1 %
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