Wage stagnation is being debated as various sectors suggest slides while others hint at improvements. That’s true for typical workers. CEOs, however, are making much more. Since 2009, CEOs have seen an increase of over 54%. Typical workers in their companies have seen a loss of 1.7%. CEOs now make 303 times the typical worker, and much more than the lowest paid workers. The disparity has only been this great twice before: prior to the Internet crash, and prior to the Great Recession.
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