Posts filed under “Wages & Income”

CEO Pay: An embarassment of riches


Source: Yahoo Finance

Category: Corporate Management, Video, Wages & Income

The State of Global Income Inequality

Source: Know More From Know More: In the graph above, the area of each rectangle corresponds to the size of each country’s economy. The width of the rectangle represents the population, while the height represents the average income in that country. Which rectangle is larger, China’s or that of the United States? According to the…Read More

Category: Data Analysis, Digital Media, Wages & Income

College ROI

click for larger graphic Source: Radio Open Source   When it comes to paying for college, lots of people are asking “why does it cost so much, and it is it worth it in the end?” Radio Open Source has a scattergram chart above that helps answer the question. It shows the increasing cost on…Read More

Category: Employment, Markets, Wages & Income

How Millionaires Want Fix Inequality

Category: Taxes and Policy, Video, Wages & Income

No job, no house, no kids: Welcome to the millennials

Source: Merced Sun-Star   Continues here

Category: Economy, Employment, Wages & Income

Restaurant Industry Pay: Taxpayer’s Double Burden

Category: Retail, Taxes and Policy, Think Tank, Wages & Income

Net Employment Change by Major Industry, February 2010 to March 2014

Source: National Employment Law Project   I really like this bubble chart. I saw it last night in a report from the National Employment Law Project titled: “The Low-Wage Recovery: Industry Employment and Wages Four Years into the Recovery.” Interestingly, the data has provoked opposing reactions from two media outlets. The Washington Post’s Wonkblog used…Read More

Category: Employment, Wages & Income

Jeff Sachs: Why We Need a Wealth Tax


Source: Bloomberg TV

Category: Taxes and Policy, Video, Wages & Income

What Does NYC’s Top 1% Look lIke?

click for larger table Source: IBO, Crains     Continues here

Category: Data Analysis, Wages & Income

The Pay at the Top

From the New York Times: Here are 100 of the highest-paid chief executives in American business. The list comes from the Equilar 100 C.E.O. Pay Study for 2013, which ranks the compensation of chief executives of the 100 largest publicly traded United States companies, based on revenue, that filed proxies by April 4. Click for…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Wages & Income