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How much do the highest paid CEOs in the world earn | Digital Trends Spanish


A study conducted by the AP agency and the executive data firm Equilar revealed how much the CEO’s highest paid men and women in the world.

CEO salary increased to a median of $14.5 million last year, including salary, stock and other compensation. The median means that half of the CEOs in the survey earned more, and half earned less.

Top Male CEO Salaries

Expedia Group

$296.2 million

Variation compared to last year: 6.592%

His salary compared to the typical worker of the company: 2,897 times, compared to 53

Overall Rank: No. 1

Warner Bros Discovery

$246.6 million

Variation from last year: 554%

His salary compared to the typical worker of the company: 2,972 times, compared to 565

Overall Rating: 2

Service Now

$165.8 million.

Variation from last year: 560%

His salary compared to the typical worker of the company: 709 times, compared to 120

Overall Rating: 3

Manzana

$98.7 million.

Variation from last year: 569%

His salary compared to the typical worker of the company: 1,447 times, compared to 256

Overall Rank: No. 4

JPMorgan Chase

$84.4 million.

Variation from last year: 167%

Your salary vs. the company’s typical worker: 917 times, vs. 395

Overall Rank: No. 5

Top female CEO salaries

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

$29.5 million.

Variation with respect to last year: 9%

Your salary vs. the company’s typical worker: 230 times, vs. 228

Overall Rank: No. 22

General Motors

$29.1 million.

Variation with respect to last year: 25%

Your salary versus the company’s typical worker: 420 times, compared to 201

Overall Rank: No. 23

General Dynamics

$23.6 million.

Variation from last year: 24%

Your salary vs. the company’s typical worker: 254 times, vs. 174

Overall Rank: No. 38

NASDAQ

$20 million.

Variation from last year: 27%

Your salary versus the company’s typical worker: 202 times, versus 126

Overall Rank: No. 80

Northrop Grumman

$19.5 million.

Variation with respect to last year: -1%

Your salary versus the company’s typical worker: 166 times, versus 205

Overall Rank: No. 89

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