£57K
Avg. Salary
Top Locations
  • London
    Popular Benefits
    • Life Insurance / Disability
    • Casual Dress / Atmosphere
    • Company Pension Plan
    Average Jefferies & Company, Inc. Salary
    £57K
    Jefferies & Company, Inc. Median Salary by Job

    MinMax

    £115,882
    £73K£188K

    £39,110
    £29K£53K

    £38,061
    £30K£46K

    United Kingdom (change)

    £50,397
    £37K£68K

    £57,712
    £39K£96K

    £40,389
    £25K£60K

    £57,633
    £40K£82K

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    • Country: United Kingdom
    • Currency: GBP
    • Updated: 15 Sep 2018
    • Individuals Reporting: 10
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    Jefferies & Company, Inc. Job Listings

    Key Stats for Jefferies & Company, Inc.

    1-4 years
    33%
    5-9 years
    67%

    About This Company

    520 MADISON AVENUE
    New York 10022

    1962

    Security Brokers, Dealers, and Flotation Companies, Investment banking

    2,254

    Jefferies & Company, Inc. pays its employees an average of $82,299 a year. Salaries at Jefferies & Company, Inc. range from an average of $49,790 to $151,366 a year. Jefferies & Company, Inc. employees with the job title Senior Trader, Commodities, Futures make the most with an average annual salary of $181,991, while employees with the title Accountant make the least with an average annual salary of $45,562.

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