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 What does the average CFA charterholder make? 
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Salary wise, how much of a boost does the CFA designation earn you? Total Income? I know its a broad question.


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160 bucks an hour…roughly.


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Chuckrox8 Wrote:
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Salary wise, how much of a boost does the CFA
designation earn you? Total Income? I know its a
broad question.
It all depends how much relevent exp you have. If you are coming from IT or any other background, your exp. will not be counted toward CFA designation.
You may have to start from entry level position if you are going to make a shift to Finance from different field. I would say between 60-80K.


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It all depends how much relevent exp you have. If
you are coming from IT or any other background,
your exp. will not be counted toward CFA
designation.

You may have to start from entry level position if
you are going to make a shift to Finance from
different field. I would say between 60-80K.
He did say “Charterholder” in the subject, and “designation” in the question itself, both of which imply already having accepted work experience.


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which would get more salary….i mean…as per job market scenarios..in general
buy side research or sell side research.??


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Your intrinisic value to your firm will double instantly according to CFAI the day they send you the letters!


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gangrel Wrote:
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It all depends how much relevent exp you have.
If
you are coming from IT or any other background,
your exp. will not be counted toward CFA
designation.

You may have to start from entry level position
if
you are going to make a shift to Finance from
different field. I would say between 60-80K.


He did say “Charterholder” in the subject, and
“designation” in the question itself, both of
which imply already having accepted work
experience.
my bad!!! assuming this guy has 4 years of relevant exp it should start between 80-105K plus bonus


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It gave me about a $100k bump initially, and much higher from there. BOL


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I think I need to share that compensation study with my bosses again.


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