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[December 10, 2012]

Media General is Among the Companies in the Publishing Industry With the Lowest Revenue Per Employee (MEG, LEE, SSP, MORN, WPO)

Dec 10, 2012 (SmarTrend(R) News Watch via COMTEX) -- Below are the three companies in the Publishing industry with the lowest Revenue Per Employee (RPE). Analysts use RPE as a measure to compare the productivity of companies in the same industry.Media General ranks lowest with a an RPE of $106,000. Following is Lee Enterprises with a an RPE of $119,000. EW Scripps ranks third lowest with a an RPE of $183,000.


Morningstar follows with a an RPE of $196,000, and The Washington Post rounds out the bottom five with a an RPE of $203,000.

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