You stopped me at average 1 million plus average HFT research programming job

(Last Updated On: March 30, 2016)

You stopped me at average #1.3 million plus average HFT research programming job

Yes, $1.3 million on average at Jump Trading in London :

It has 47 employees in London (up from 32 in 2013) and paid them an average of $1.3m last year.

http://news.efinancialcareers.com/ca-en/199934/want-job-high-frequency-trading-pay-career-prospects-15-key-firms/

http://news.efinancialcareers.com/uk-en/169289/high-frequency-trading-firm-nearly-triples-pay-925k-head/

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/4-key-trends-feature-quant-job-market-august-2015-asia-siew

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