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Finance, insurance execs earn top pay

(Global Times)

08:17, May 28, 2012

Managers in the financial and insurance industries lead their peers in terms of earnings in 2011, according to research conducted by China Business News and Shanghai SinoSound Consulting, bringing home an average of 2.74 million yuan ($433,251) annually. Managers from the real estate and retail trade industries trailed behind, with an average of 970,200 yuan and 758,400 yuan respectively per year.

Meanwhile, managers in the animal husbandry and fishery industry had the lowest pay, averaging 410,000 yuan in earnings per year.

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