FTSE 100 CEO's earn 160 times more than average worker

FTSE 100 CEO's earn 160 times more than average worker

The pay of FTSE 100 Chief Executives has fallen by almost a fifth since 2016 - but they still earn 160 times more than the average worker, The Guardian reports. 

Recent figures for PwC have found that the average total pay figure, which include bonuses, for company Chiefs of the FTSE 100 have dropped this year by £200,000 to £4.1million, a fall of 4.7%

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