That's what some report says now but seeing as how we've got about six months to go, that's all subject to change/don't get your hopes up/maybe your take home will quadruple/maybe you won't get a bonus at all/etc.
June has been a turbulent month in the markets, but Wall Street is still on course for a strong year in pay, according to a new report by executive search firm Options Group. According to the firm’s mid-year review, total compensation is projected to increase for a wide array of financial-services workers, from stock traders to investment bankers and brokers. For many, the gains from last year could be 10% to 15%, though pay packages are still well off their pre-crisis peaks, says Michael Karp, chief executive at Options Group, which specializes in recruiting and consulting for financial services firms. Of course, a lot might change before bonus season starts in earnest at the end of the year. The last week shows that markets can change quickly and violently, especially when interest rates and bond yields start to jump around.