Since 60s, CEOs Making 700% More, Workers Less than 6%


by PRWatch.org on Sep 17, 2013 | Views: 143 | Score: 0
CEO-Worker Compensation Ratio
196520.1
197829
198958.5
1995122.6
2000383.4
2008314.8
2010228
2011231
Sources: epi.org
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PRWatch.org on Sep 17, 2013 9:02 AM said:

A clear indicator of the egregious increase in wage inequality over the last thirty years is the change in compensation--including salary, bonuses, and exercised stock options--of CEOs compared to that of their workers. In 1978, company executives generally made only 29x that of the average worker. Since then, CEO compensation has increased 726%, compared to a mere 5.7% for workers.