The female CEOs in the United States earn more than men


The annual average revenues of the female senior executives of the United States increased 9 percent in 2016, exceeding the revenues of male colleagues.

The average annual earnings of American female executives (CEOs) rose by 9 percent last year and reached an average of $ 13.1 million while the average annual earnings of men remained at $ 11.4 million.

According to a study conducted by the Associated Press business association with the data company “Equilar“, the average annual income of American female CEOs rose by 9 percent to $ 13.1 million last year. The average annual earnings of male CEOs remained at $ 11.4 million, despite a 9 percent increase.

On the other hand, the number of female CEOs who are at a very low level of 5 percent is another point that attracts attention in the research that there has not been any significant increase compared to previous years.

According to the results of the survey, the top executives of the American business world earned $ 32.3 million, the first of which was International Business Machines CEO Virginia Rometty. Yahoo’s CEO, Marissa Mayer, who left the first place to Virginia Rometty, ranks second with $ 27.4 million.

Indra Nooyi, the CEO of Pepsi Co. took place in the third place with $ 25.2 million while Mary Barra, the CEO of General Motors ranked in fourth with $ 22.4 million. General Dynamics CEO, Phebe Novakovic took the fifth place with $ 21.2 million.

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