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What is the salary of a QVC show host?

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In the 1990s, a QVC show host is projected to have made around $80,000 a year in salary, although actual figures are difficult to find. According to a former QVC staff member from 2007, a top QVC host may be making a six-figure salary.

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What is the salary of a QVC show host?
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QVC hosts are part of QVC's 24-hour live broadcast. They sell a large collection of products through television. As a company, QVC was founded in 1986. In 2009, it had a global workforce of 17,200 people. In a week, a QVC broadcast typically presents over 1,150 products with nearly 300 being new product offerings to their customers. QVC is headquartered in West Chester, Pa.

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