Update: Wall Street Compensation

In: Employment Finance Interactive Source: WSJ Stock Market US Economy

12 Oct 2010

Explore what percentage of revenue at Wall Street firms goes to compensation. Updated with 2010 data.

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Mickey

October 12th, 2010 at 4:05 pm

I’m the last guy to defend Wall Street, but how does this compare with other companies? I’ve been under the impression for a long time that payroll accounts for the majority of operating costs in most industries, which would indicate that these are less extravagant (in this context) than might be supposed.

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