The imbalance in our economy between the pay of CEOs and working people is worsening. In 2017, CEO pay at S&P 500 Index companies increased 6.4% to a total of $13.94 million. In contrast, production and nonsupervisory workers received a paltry 2.6% raise, earning on average just $38,613—a CEO-to-worker pay ratio of 361 to 1.
Search CEO Pay Database
|Ticker||Company||CEO||Year||CEO Pay Sort ascending|
|NYRT||New York REIT||Nicholas Radesca||2016||$14,554|
|CWH||Camping World Holdings||Marcus A. Lemonis||2017||$14,272|
|RVLT||Revolution Lighting Technologies||James A. Depalma||2017||$2,500|
|AQMS||Aqua Metals||Stephen Clarke||2017||$410|
|INST||Instructure||Joshua L. Coates||2017||$1|