Demand for Quality Forces Up Data Salaries


The current market data job market is the strongest it has been since it peaked in 2000, according to participants on a conference panel titled "Working It" last week.

There are more job openings available now in the market data sector than appropriate candidates for the positions according Sara Crowe, managing partner at BST America. As a result, salaries are also on the rise, although they have not yet returned to their Y2K highs.

The extra demand means that firms must now expect to pay a pr

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