Just a few statistics for you to chew on. Come to your own conclusions.
In 1980, CEO’s made 42x what blue collar workers made. In 2011, CEO’s were making 380x a workers’ average pay. This is the largest gap in the world.
The median expected salary for a typical CEO is currently $732,317, but the highest paid CEO made $131 million dollars.
Scott Decarlo, editor of Forbes Statistics Department noted that often the boss’s salary out strips investor gains.
So what does that tell you?
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