2012 in Review: Good News, Bad News

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It’s that time of year again when we take a look back on 2012 and begin looking forward to 2013. When evaluating the past year, I see good news and bad news: The Bad News Raises in salary have been marginal The bad news is that salary increases in 2012 were minimal. While we are… Read more »

Compensation Update 2010

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  Compensation for Quantitative Professionals: What to Expect in the Near Term The last two years have seen the job market for quantitative professionals bungee from robust down to the weakest level in 70 years and, just recently, back to relative health. Now that things are getting back on track, at least for our industry,… Read more »

Entry Level Salaries in 2007

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  As an insight into the industry, here are some interesting numbers for statisticians entering the business world after completing a Master’s Degree: The average base salary of someone entering the field this year is $62,500, as reported by Kristen Wetta- statistical recruiter at Smith Hanley Associates. Interestingly enough, there was very little difference in… Read more »

2007 Compensation Information

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  This year promises to be even more exciting for the quantitative professional. The career information most frequently sought by clients and candidates in the field revolves around salary and other forms of compensation. Whether you are planning to grow your staff this year or are assessing your own career path, here are some points… Read more »