I am seriously lacking knowledge in terms of what different companies and different positions actually pay, inclusive of salary + bonus. If you want to hear some others’ current situations, please post your own here, thanks :). 22, toronto, 1st yr research associate 65k salary on track for 12k in bonuses
mine’s bigger than your’s
that’s fabulous but not very helpful for the purpose of the thread thanks for taking the time
your salary sounds fine if that is your concern. 60s base is the norm.
i just want to get a better feel for the range of salaries of different positions e.g. banking analyst, banking associate, research analyst, buy-side research analyst, junior PM, senior PM, trader, sales, etc., including my own, and also in different locations in the world
i mean etiquette says that you’re not supposed to ask in the real world - since this is online and nobody knows who you are, i figure it would help facilitate some disclosure!
49k + 1.5k bonus MO crap Yeah I want to move.
Well we are of the same age, live in the same city and you kick my earnings ass, by a significant amount. That’s what happens when you work in Big 4 though, sigh.
12k sounds low
26, trader at a small hedge fund Base: $65,000 Bonus: Hard to say, will vary based on firm performance. Minimum should be $20,000 and upside is unlimited Stock Options: Get some of these each year (no voting rights, just cash in the event of a liquidating event) Also get my MBA paid for in full
financial accg manager. salary 105k, bonus around 30-40%
Senior Economist Base: 75k Bonus: 0-30% (Just started about eight months out of grad school so I have no idea what it’ll be)
jmh, do you have a phd or just a master? 75K seems low for an economist.
You might consider just looking at the CFAI salary database that has this information…
masters, but I have basically no experience and I’m young, so I’m happy.
I am also in Toronto…my role is in commodity analysis and will have 3 years of experience next week. Base 75, bonus up to 10% depending on performance.
i was hoping to keep this stuff to the board - what would you like to talk about cfa87? ps) feel free to continue posting everyone - thanks to those that have
jmh530 - congrats on finding an economist position in this job market! investment analyst, foundation, mid 60s.
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