FTSE 100 CEO (£3.9m/year)
Since 1 January 2019 the average FTSE 100 CEO has earned:
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- Average UK worker: £28,200
- Worker on minimum wage: £14,976 (£7.20/hour, 40-hour week)
- Worker on living wage: £17,160 (£8.45/hour, 40-hour week)
- Nurse: £24,799
- Teacher: £27,105
- Skilled construction worker: £25,242
- Office administrator: £17,960
- Factory worker: £21,453
- Science/technology professional: £38,349
Income inequality in the UK
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