Topchefers salary increased 50 percent since the financial crisis

Especially those with already high incomes have scored more in the lønposen since the financial crisis. While the average citizen from 2010 to 2017, has seen

Topchefers salary increased 50 percent since the financial crisis

Especially those with already high incomes have scored more in the lønposen since the financial crisis. While the average citizen from 2010 to 2017, has seen

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
02 November 2019 Saturday 03:00
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Topchefers salary increased 50 percent since the financial crisis

Especially those with already high incomes have scored more in the lønposen since the financial crisis.

While the average citizen from 2010 to 2017, has seen a rise in incomes of almost eight percent after tax, Danish topchefers income in the same period increased by 50 percent.

It shows a new study from the labour movement Erhvervsråd (AE), writes Information.

In the study described executives as managers in companies with at least 200 employees. Thus, the survey covers over 800 private companies.

Lars Andersen, who is the director of the AE, believe that the numbers are expressed, that there is so great equality in Denmark we pride ourselves of.

- We can see that the richest in the degree of sticking, and that the image we have of ourselves as a very equal country, begins to collapse. Compared with many other countries, we have still a high degree of similarity, but we are on a mad course, " he says to the Information.

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the executive directors have had the greatest lønfest, and on the whole, the ten percent with the highest incomes well with. Their income has grown by 18 percent since the crisis.

It is twice as big an increase, as the average citizen has experienced, when it comes to income.

On the other hand, is ten percent with the lowest income in Denmark have been poorer from 2010 to 2017. The group's real income has fallen by almost four percent.

This is the group the only one that since the financial crisis have experienced that they have less money to do with.

Updated: 02.11.2019 03:00
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