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Ian Watkins

I suspect the reason for the drop in London salaries is due to currency conversion from Pounds to Dollars?
The Pound has dropped quite considerably over the time period 2015-2017.

Kaiser

IW: I like the conjecture. In this case, if you go back to their small-multiples chart, it prints the average salaries in pounds, which also shows a big drop from 2015 to 2016. It's probably the sample size and selection.

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