Refer to the following link for the 100 Highest Paid CEOs in the U.S. in 2014:
As the graphic on the right of the web page indicates, the average CEO (in the U.S.) earned 331 times more than the average worker in 2013. The average worker earned $16.94 and hour or $35,235 for the year.
Let's take a brief look at just one example: Pfizer, Inc. (Pharmaceutical)
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Headquarters: New York NY
Industry: Pharmaceutical Preparations
In 2014, I. Read (CEO) received $23,283,048 in total compensation. By comparison, the average worker made $35,239 in 2013. I. Read made 661 times the average worker's pay.
While workers produce the products and provide the services that generate wealth, it is the capitalist class that collects and accumulates that wealth. There is no equality under capitalism … only tyranny.