British CEOs have earned £28,000 each so far this year – more than the average annual salary
|01/05/2016||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
It’s “Fat Cat Tuesday,” the day created by think-tank, the High Pay Centre (HPC) to illustrate just how massive the gap between executives and normal workers in the UK is.
According to their findings, by the close of business on Tuesday evening, British CEOs will have already earned more than the average Brit will in the whole of 2016.
- Based on their calculations, the HPC says that by late afternoon on Tuesday, CEOs will have earned nearly £28,000 ($41,000) since starting work yesterday morning.
- This is more than the £27,645 ($40,500) that the average UK worker earns in a whole year.
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Source : BusinessInsider.Com