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Labor Opinion Column From Paul Constant, Co-Host of the Pitchfork Economics Podcast: The Average S&P 500 CEO Makes $18.3 Million A Year, But The Minimum Wage ‘Hasn't Changed Since 2009’ - ‘It's Time For Companies To Pay Up’

Published Sunday, August 7, 2022
by Labor Story Link To BusinessInsider.com
Labor Opinion Column From Paul Constant, Co-Host of the Pitchfork Economics Podcast: The Average S&P 500 CEO Makes $18.3 Million A Year, But The Minimum Wage ‘Hasn't Changed Since 2009’ - ‘It's Time For Companies To Pay Up’

Paul Constant is a writer at Civic Ventures and serves as the Co-Host of the Pitchfork Economics Podcast.  On BusinessInsider.com, Constant – in an Opinion Column, writes about National AFL-CIO’s annual Paywatch Report, which found the average American CEO of an S&P 500 company earns 324 times more than their Median Worker, making on average $18.3 million in 2021 - a $2.8 million increase from 2020Closing the gap is on companies, and doing so will be good for everyone, Constant argues.

To Directly Access This Labor Opinion Column Go To: www.businessinsider.com/federal-minimum-wage-13-years-ceos-companies-pay-up-2022-7?fbclid=IwAR3Ua7g1eORURO0CN08KGav9XfSYCz-jl1dSjPt_fBxICiykVAG3rKI1HiI   

 

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