Visualization of S&P 500 CEOs with the highest and lowest pay in 2018 #infographic

Visualization of S&P 500 CEOs with the highest and lowest pay in 2018 #infographic
This rise also far exceeds employees ' average income: CEOs estimate that AFL-CIO earns 287 times the average employee. Compared to 1978, this is an estimate of 30 to 1. Of course, a CEO's payment is very different from the average person. They are not hourly or even strictly salary workers: instead, as compensation, they have different fundamental salaries, bonuses and even stock options.

Ironically, the least compensation is given to many of the most significant companies ' CEOs. You will see from our point of perspectivethat Larry Page Alphabet and Jack Dorsey Twitter got only one dollar. In technology, the compensation of such a lower CEO is more common when executives often hold large stock amounts in the company and see an rise in stock value over salary for compensation.

Only three of the top 25 CEOs came from technology this year: instead, the majority came from medical, media and businesses. The #1 location is Discovery Channel's CEO David Zaslav. Zaslav got nearly twice as Linde Chemical Company's second-largest earner, Stephen F. Angel, with a $129.4 million prize.

Visualization of S&P 500 CEOs with the highest and lowest pay in 2018 #infographic

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