What is the source of this chart?
There isn't a source because it's made up.Besides, the economic comparisons are impossible to make between countries that have vastly different employment/pay structures, and not to mention the fact that there are significantly more US companies that are significantly larger and will by default skew the comparison.
I am not sure of the source of this chart so I cannot vouch for its accuracy. However, I have seen other similar statistics elsewhere that are credible. I appreciate the feedback guys!
I found this 2007 Reuters chart:http://static.reuters.com/resources/media/editorial/20080923/executivepaycopy.gifUS data seems not exaggerated.
chart link again:http://tinyurl.com/3rlv8n6
Thanks, Andrea. I added that chart to the post.
It's a VERY old chart. (2006-2007, at the top of a bubble.) I'd be curious to see the results today.
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