How much you can earn in your first year at Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and other big investment banks
That's particularly true in investment banking - generally seen as the pinnacle of the industry, especially for graduates trying to get into the industry.
According to a report from recruitment firm Dartmouth Partners out this week, the average first year analyst working for a major bank earns around £72,000.
That's a lot more than graduate salaries in most industries, which tend to hover between the £20,000 - £30,000 mark.
Obviously salaries differ between banks, but where are junior staff paid the best?
Dartmouth Partners analysed the salaries and bonuses of first year analysts (generally recent graduates) working at nine of the biggest investment banks in London, with banks from the UK, USA, Switzerland and Germany included.
Base salaries at all nine were the same - £50,000 - while American banks generally offered higher bonuses to their most junior staff.
Check out the best paying banks below.
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6. Deutsche Bank
5. Credit Suisse
3. Goldman Sachs
2. Morgan Stanley
1. Bank of America Merrill Lynch
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