Salaries for market data professionals remain lower in real terms than pre-financial crisis levels, with those seeking full-time roles under pressure to accept less money as a result of layoffs over recent years making the job market more competitive, according to a survey conducted by New York-based consultancy BST America, with firms having to offer other perks, such as more vacation days, in lieu of higher pay to attract and retain talent.
According to a poll of data executives at a number of
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