Wall Street Bonuses Hit Highest Level Since 2008

The good times are back on Wall Street. Last year, the average Wall Street salary rose 13% to its highest level since 2008, just before the financial crisis shattered the financial world.

According to a report from New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli, annual pay excluding bonuses hit $422,500 on average last year.

Data from Bloomberg show that salaries on Wall Street hit the . . .

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