<Workers across Colorado saw an increase in wages last year. Compared to the pay hikes of their CEOs, however, those gains seem small.
Last year, Colorado’s chief executive officers at the head of S&P 500 companies earned an average compensation of $10.3 million — 164 times more than the state’s average worker, who took home $62,900, according to the AFL-CIO’s Executive Paywatch, the organization’s annual report examining the gap between CEO and worker compensation.
The AFL-CIO calculates…
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