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    £0-20000
    8
    7.27%
    £20000-25000
    27
    24.55%
    £25000-30000
    29
    26.36%
    £30000-35000
    15
    13.64%
    £35000-40000
    9
    8.18%
    £40000+
    22
    20.00%

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    (Original post by akbar0123)
    How much do they work then? This is where I got the info from:
    http://www.businessinsider.com/how-b...ek-2013-4?IR=T
    Analysts pull 70-80 on average, peaks of more than that during some weeks and lower than that during slower weeks. 100 a week for the entire year is insanity.
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    (Original post by alexschmalex)
    Not that uncommon outside the UK. Place where I'm interning starts at 65k (euros) for masters graduates.
    Where do you intern?
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    Inspect with 100% certainty to be earning £120000 as a first year analyst at Centerview after graduating with a Triple First from the University of Bolton in Furniture Studies.
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    Hmm who knows, I have no idea what I want to do so when I graduate I'm just going to apply to random jobs. So probably minimum wage. Or maybe just carry on studying as I'm pretty good at it. It doesn't really matter to me too much, as long as I can pay the bills and get a few things here and there I don't really mind, money doesn't mean much to me anyways.
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    I'm going in at 30K which I'm happy with.
 
 
 
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