Hedge funds are known for pulling in the big bucks, and with that comes compensation. Lots of it.
However, according to data from the online investor network SumZero, the majority of hedge fund analysts don't actually make more than other professionals in traditionally well-paid jobs. SumZero used numbers from 2,500 entries in its compensation database to evaluate what pay to expect at a hedge fund.
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