Discussion in 'IntroSpectrum' started by B. Fury, Mar 4, 2013.
There's wealth inequality globally, but to compare work of a CEO to a regular employe is just silly.
I disagree with the statement that it is "silly." We are all aware that the comparison of a CEO's income to a standard employee's (not the janitor) will be substantially larger.
But how perceptive the narrator made the comparison is interestingly impartial - at least to me it is. I guess it does become a matter of opinion.
An employee has to work more than a month to make what a CEO makes in one hour - not a week, not a even three days (which I would still be ok with), but rather one hour.
In my opinion, anybody apart of the commonwealth who is ok with this is insane.
What do you think is impartial?
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