Bankgehälter weniger gewachsen als in Gesamtwirtschaft

June 2012
Die Bank;jun2012, Issue 6, p72
The article discusses salaries of top executives in the German banking industry, which increased significantly more than salaries in the overall economy between 1977 and 2007, on average from 220,000 Euros to 450,000 Euros, but which since 2004 have increased more slowly than the average wage. A table is presented showing salary growth between 1977 and 2008 and comparing the banking industry with the insurance industry and productive industry.


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