1. The median compensation for a white man in the financial industry between 2005 and 2009 was $154,500.
2. He made 55 percent more than a Latino man, and 72 percent more than a black man.
3. A typical white woman, with a salary of $100,000, made 59 percent more than a Latina woman, and 65 percent more than a black woman.
4. The bulk of diversity on Wall St. is due to the rapidly growing share of Asian workers, who have gone from 5 percent of older core workers in 2000 to 19 percent of younger ones in 2005-09. Latinos have increased their share as well, but African Americans have not.
Study Sees Wall Street Pay Tilted Toward White Men
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