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Investment Banking Analysts


Sell-side analysts earned salaries that ranged from $72,500 to $92,750 in 2016, according to Robert Half’s 2017 Salary Guide: Accounting and Finance. Analysts usually receive benefits such as paid vacation days and sick leave, health and life insurance, a 401(k) or other retirement savings plan, and signing and year-end bonuses (that ranged from $2,936 to $34,033 in 2016, according to, although some sources report that they can reach $60,000). As a small token of appreciation for their 100-hour weeks, many investment banks provide dinner stipends and reimbursement for travel to and from work.

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