Throughout the pandemic, essential workers have labored heroically. But while workers risked their lives, bosses have reaped the rewards.
In fact, a new study from the Institute for Policy Studies has found that the wage gap between chief executives and workers at some of the US companies with the lowest-paid staff grew even wider last year, with CEOs making an average of $10.6m, while the median worker received $23,968.
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