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Why Do Investment Bankers Make So Much Money?

And what do they actually do?

Recently, Goldman Sachs and then Jeffries made the news by announcing that they are increasing first year analyst pay from $85,000 to a whopping $110,000. So including their hefty year-end bonuses, a first year analyst at one of these banks could make north of $200,000.




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Tony Yiu

Tony Yiu

Data scientist. Founder Alpha Beta Blog. Doing my best to explain the complex in plain English. Support my writing:

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