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Teen Vogue is an American Teen magazine that is targets teenage girls and publishing online, formerly in print. It is the sister company to Vogue magazine, a monthly fashion and lifestyle magazine. Teen Vogue was created in 2003 led by former vogue beauty director Amy Astley with the guidance of Anna Wintour and Gina Sanders. It is acquired by the Advance publications company. Teen Vogue's corporate headquarter is located in New York City, New York, the United States. The international office is based in London, the United Kingdom. The Chief Business Officer is Eric Gillin. Lindsay Peoples Wagner is the Editor-in-Chief of Teen Vogue magazine. The publisher is Conde Nast. Teen Vogue magazine includes articles, news, discussions, stories, tips, and posts about relationships, sex, health, careers, fashion, clothing, celebrities, beauty, cuisine, and more.

Company - Private
$1M to $5M
Small
Multiple locations
Newspaper Publishers
2003
Charles H. Townsend
What departments Teen Vogue employees work at?
DepartmentsRatio
Media & Communications57.6%
other occupation42.4%
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Team

Professional experience

How many years of experience do Teen Vogue employees have before joining?
Years of experience at Teen Vogue: Newcomers: 35%, Experiencers: 24%, Experts: 26%, Veterans: 15%. Teen Vogue employees have less than 3 years experience on average before joining.
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Where did Teen Vogue employees work before joining?
Where they've worked before Teen Vogue: Allure, Condé Nast, Glamour. Typical Teen Vogue employees have worked at Allure.
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Allure
Condé Nast
Glamour
What industries did Teen Vogue employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Teen Vogue: Newspaper Publishers, TV Broadcasting Companies, Telecommunications Companies, Paper & Print Manufacturers, Colleges / Universities. Teen Vogue employees most likely come from a Newspaper Publishers industry background.
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Where did Teen Vogue employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at Teen Vogue: Small: 63%, Medium: 17%, Large: 20%. Most Teen Vogue employees have previously worked at small companies.
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Educational background

What did employees at Teen Vogue study?
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Where did employees at Teen Vogue study?
Fashion Institute of Technology
Florida State University
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Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at Teen Vogue?
Time employed at Teen Vogue: <1: 26%, 1-3: 54%, 4-8: 20%, 9-13: 0%, 14-20: 0%, 20+: 0%. Most Teen Vogue employees stay with the company for 1-3 years which is less than the industry average.
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How does Teen Vogue rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at Teen Vogue: 25.0% Male and 75.0% Female. Age ratio at Teen Vogue: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 79%, 31-40: 19%, 41-50: 2%, 51-60: 0%, 60+: 0%. Teen Vogue rates - 31.0% more female than the industry average. Most Teen Vogue employees are 21-30, which is below the industry median age range.
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What are the top roles at Teen Vogue?
Top roles of Teen Vogue: Writer, Editor, Producer, Photographer, News Editor. The top role at Teen Vogue is Writer.
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Writer
Editor
Producer
Photographer
News Editor

Career advancement

How does Teen Vogue rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at Teen Vogue: low. Teen Vogue ranks low for career advancement which is same as the industry average.
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What companies do Teen Vogue employees go on to work at?
Future employers of Teen Vogue: Allure, Barneys, Blavity, Bustle Digital Group, Chandelier Creative. People who work at Teen Vogue most typically go on to work for the Allure.
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Allure
Barneys
Blavity
Bustle Digital Group
Chandelier Creative