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May 26, 2010 - 7:58pm

$80k for top 3rd years sounds reasonable, unless you're part of the group that received a $10k increase in base, then you should subtract that from market bonus numbers to figure out your own. It could be a pretty large range again though, possibly as low as $60k for low 3rd years.

 
May 26, 2010 - 11:46pm

GS paid their analysts bonus for the first full year couple months ago. (For those who don't know, they are on the year end cycle, so the class of 08 analysts got a stub Dec. 08, then bonus for full year 09 recently) The number is somewhere around 80k for an upper tier (can't stay top for sure but near top). I don't know if this is implying that the 2nd year number is 80k, or even first.

But as a 2nd year im hoping for 80k, so for 3rd year it could be 90 or 100

 
Jun 8, 2010 - 12:20pm

I know thrid years that got paid 80K last year

My prediction

1st year 45k-65k
2nd year 60k-80k
3rd year 70k-90k

 
Jun 8, 2010 - 12:32pm

So a 3rd year analyst that is not being promoted to associate will have to wait until the end of July (and until they no longer work at the firm) to get their number? Doesn't seem right considering the analyst program ends in June

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