truth about data analyst salaries in hedge funds

(Last Updated On: November 22, 2019)

If you are top dog from a top university, why is it not hard t o get $500k soon as a data analysis

In theory, data science jobs in hedge funds are some of the best paid in the industry. Urban myth has it that newly qualified PhDs can get $500k+ jobs at top funds soon after graduating and seven figure positions soon after after that. The reality may be rather more modest.

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Software engineer, market intelligence technology $203kPoint72
Data analyst $200kCitadel
Sector data analyst$175kCitadel
Computer and information research scientist $175kRenaissance Technologies
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