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Credit Analysts

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Salaries of credit analysts depend on the individual's experience and education. The size of the financial institution is also a determining factor: Large banks tend to pay more than smaller operations. Salaries also increase with the number of years in the field and with a particular company. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, credit analysts had a median annual income of $69,680 in May 2015. The lowest paid 10 percent earned less than $40,250, and the highest paid 10 percent earned more than $134,080. 

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