May 11, 2017

Meanwhile. .

A Quinnipiac poll finds only 21% of American votersnow support the GO Don't Care Bill

 In 2016, CEOs of S&P 500 Index companies received, on average, $13.1 million in total compensation, according to the AFL-CIO’s analysis of available data. In contrast, production and nonsupervisory workers earned only $37,632, on average, in 2016—a CEO-to-worker pay ratio of 347 to 1.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

So what's to complain about? We all know those CEO's are working 347 times harder, 347 times better, 347 times longer, and 347 times more responsibly than Joe and Jane Lunchbox do, right?