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“Roughly half of all the revenue generated on Wall Street goes toward compensation, and most of it is paid in the form of a year-end bonus. So far this year, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Citigroup have set aside $92.49 billion to pay employees, down slightly from $92.81 billion in the year ago period, according to Johnson Associates.”


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Wall Street bonus average falls to $101K

Major banks are seeing lower returns and economic instability in the US and Europe. And employee rewards are taking the hit.

By Kim Peterson Dec 10, 2012 2:44PM

"Bring out the violins. The average Wall Street bonus will come in at just $101,000 this year."


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In Defense of the Wall Street Bonus

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