It is 0. From toinflation-adjusted compensation based on realized stock options of the top CEOs increased 1, percent.
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The CEO-to-average-worker pay ratio was to-1 into-1 into-1 inand to-1 in The information compiled in this report is for the month of August They also earn far more than the typical worker, and their pay has grown much more rapidly.
The second measure, shown in the second column, includes the value of the stock options granted in a given year. By contrast, on the Democratic side, women outnumber the men with these particular names by quite a margin, and by my count, the Glass Ceiling Index suggests a ratio of 0.
The growth of CEO and executive compensation overall was a major factor driving the doubling of the income shares of the top 1 percent and top 0.
Using a measure that includes stock options realized as described belowCEO pay grew a remarkable CEO compensation has grown far faster than stock prices or corporate profits.