Top FTSE bosses paid typical worker’s annual salary in just 33 hours

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High Pay Centre figures should be ‘source of national shame’, say unions

Senior executives in the UK’s top 100 companies took just 33 hours to be paid more than the typical worker’s annual salary, according to data that unions say should be a “source of national shame”.

Figures released by the High Pay Centre thinktank showed that the typical FTSE 100 chief executive is paid 117 times more than the median worker, at £901.30 an hour or £3.46m a year.

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