When it comes to the pay of CEO and managing directors, America’s biggest corporations are getting rich on Wall Street.
But how much are these CEOs getting paid?
That’s what we wanted to know.
The median salary for CEO and senior managers at the top 100 firms is $1.3 million, according to data compiled by our partner, salary tracker company Glassdoor.
That puts them in a league of their own: The top 10 CEOs earn $3.4 million each, according the firm, which is based on data from Glassdoor, The Compensation Report and a dozen other sources.
In other words, those top 10 are earning a whopping $9.7 million.
That’s more than a quarter of the median wage of the average American worker, and more than the average CEO at the 50 largest firms.
But this isn’t the first time Glassdoor has published the data.
The data is from 2013, and it was compiled using the data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Census Bureau and Glassdoor’s data.
We’ve added more data over time to make it easier to see how big these paychecks are.
The data we’re looking at here comes from Glasshole’s data for the year ending September 30, 2018.
The median pay for a CEO is based off data from January 2018.
The top 10 paychecks for CEOs are:The median income of a CEO in the U.S. is $9,037,000, according a new study.
That makes it the most expensive place in the world to be a CEO, according TOOL, a research firm.
The average salary for CEOs in the United States is $68,829.
And the top 10 companies pay CEOs $5.7 billion more than average.
Here are the top ten paychecks:The biggest payouts are in Silicon Valley.
The top 1 percent of CEOs made more than $20 million last year, according Glassdoor data.
This compares to $6.5 million in the top 0.1 percent, according data from KPMG.
The biggest paychecks to the CEOs of companies with more than 20 employees are the biggest for all industries: The median compensation for CEO at those companies is $6,711,000.
The next highest payouts in the data are to executives at companies with 10 employees or less, at $5,049,000; the next highest for CEOs at those larger companies is to executives of companies in the 500-employee category at $4,813,000 and the next-highest for CEOs of the 1,000-employer sector at $3,823,000 (see chart above).
The top payouts to the CEO of a Fortune 500 company are $6 million each.
The biggest companies pay their CEOs $10 million more than those at the bottom of the pay scale.
The average salary of a top executive at a Fortune 50 company is $7,895,000 according to Glassdoor Data.
The bottom 50 percent of the top 500 pay a median salary of $4 million, while the top 1,500 pay $9 million.
The rest of the companies pay less than 1 percent.
The highest paychecks come from companies with a workforce of more than 100,000 people.
The 10 largest paychecks by number of employees are $1,054,000 for companies with 100,001 or more employees, $1 and $3 million for companies of less than 100 employees, and $1 million for those companies with less than 500 employees.
The smallest paychecks in the dataset are $300,000 each for companies in each of the following groups: The 1,300-employers group, which has an average salary in the low $3-million range, the 1-million-employees group and the 1 million-employeres group.
The paychecks above are based on Glassdoor salaries from January 2017 through September 2018.
(See chart below for how Glassdoor paid its CEO in 2017.)
The top companies pay out about two-thirds of their CEO salaries to their chief executives, according an analysis by Credit Suisse.
That translates to a median pay of $3 billion for CEO pay in the Fortune 500, according KPM Grewal, an investment research firm that tracks the top CEOs.
The other third goes to other top executives.
But those numbers only reflect CEO pay.
Other compensation includes stock awards and other incentives.
The CEOs at the world’s largest corporations are mostly highly paid for their positions, according Credit Suise, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the pay is really great.
In 2016, a new report from Credit Suises report found that the top 400 executives of the Fortune 50 earned on average just $3 per share in cash, compared to $2.6 per share for all the top employees.
That difference is huge, Credit Suisa said.
It’s important to keep in mind