US Salaries Survey Shows Pays Static For Five Years


NEW YORK--FX traders earn less than they did five years ago, while other forex roles have suffered a pay freeze over the same period says the latest industry salary survey on the New York market.

Average base salary for a forex trader at the vice president level is $150,000 this year--down from an average of $165,000 in 1995, according to the 2000 KPA Financial Services Industry Salary Survey.

And the same is true further down the trading scale. Assistant vice president forex traders earn an

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