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Who earns more: FIFA staff or Wall Street traders?

The scale of FIFA's excesses were highlighted on Wednesday when a study of salaries showed that employees at soccer's world governing body received wages that were 34 percent higher than the average hedge fund trader. FIFA employees averaged a yearly salary of $242,000, 25 percent higher than the $194,000 commanded by traders at banks and 34 percent more than the $180,000 earned by employees at hedge funds, according to salary benchmarking website Emolument.

 

This article was published in CNBC, 10th June

 

Who earns more: FIFA staff or Wall Street traders?, published in CNBC, 10th June

 

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