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Also, Wall Street bankers are facing pay freezes. Not to worry, though, entry-level jobs still pay $200,000 a year, about four times as much as the median U.S. household income. Pay typically “increases automatically by about 15 percent to 20 percent”. It’s tough working on Wall Street.
timemagazine:

Next week’s issue features our interview with prosecutor Preet Bharara, the “Man Busting Wall St,” and hits newsstands Friday. 

Also, Wall Street bankers are facing pay freezes. Not to worry, though, entry-level jobs still pay $200,000 a year, about four times as much as the median U.S. household income. Pay typically “increases automatically by about 15 percent to 20 percent”. It’s tough working on Wall Street.

timemagazine:

Next week’s issue features our interview with prosecutor Preet Bharara, the “Man Busting Wall St,” and hits newsstands Friday. 

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