Hello everyone - looking for some insight here.
I wanted to interview for a LO asset manager role - the role is awesome but when I look up compensation at Glassdoor at the firm at the associate level, it’s almost half of what I am making right now (i.e. Glassdoor shows low $100ks, based in the East Coast). This role is for someone with 5 years of experience, working under a senior analyst who reports to the PM.
I am unsure if the numbers are reliable, but I also don’t want to go through the whole process to get such a low number at the end of the process (if i do get the role). Wanted to get some insight from anyone who is already in the AM industry or has an idea on how compensation trends across firms at that mid-level 5 years of WE range?