Earnings in upper-middle income economies outstrip high income peers

Financial stability staffing tends to match jurisdiction’s income level

Salaries of financial stability function employees in some emerging markets can be more than double that of peers in other jurisdictions, according to data from the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2022.

The mean salary of staff assigned to the financial stability function from the 19 respondent central banks was $58,450. But the average salary among responders in upper-middle jurisdictions was $79,500. By contrast, the average pay of colleagues in high income markets was about $59,300. The

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