Financial Economics Salary

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The average yearly salary for Financial Economics is $52,700. If you are just beginning to work a new job as a Financial Economics, you could expect a starting pay rate of $43,400 annually. As is true for most jobs and careers, you can expect your hourly pay rate or salary to increase as you gain experience and the longer you are employed with the same employer. You could potentially make an average income of around $62,000 after several years on the job with increased wages. When pursuing your career of choice, you should compare salaries of similar professions and factor in variables such as health benefits and potential for raises and promotions over time.


Yearly Financial Economics Pay Statistics

Average Yearly Financial Economics Salary

$42,160 - $63,240

Starting Yearly Financial Economics Salary

$34,720 - $52,080

Top Yearly Financial Economics Salary

$49,600 - $74,400

Monthly Financial Economics Pay Statistics

Average Monthly Financial Economics Salary

$3,513 - $5,270

Starting Monthly Financial Economics Salary

$2,893 - $4,340

Top Monthly Financial Economics Salary

$4,133 - $6,200

Hourly Financial Economics Pay Statistics

Average Hourly Financial Economics Salary

$19 - $28

Starting Hourly Financial Economics Salary

$16 - $23

Top Hourly Financial Economics Salary

$22 - $33


Financial Economics Gender and Age Stats


Some professions tend to be geared toward various age groups of workers and certain genders more than others. The average Financial Economics age in the United States is 38 years old. As it pertains to men vs women, 49% of Financial Economics are male in the United States, and 51% of the Financial Economics are female in the United States.

National Salary Data for Financial Economics


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