Union Bosses Make More Money Than Corporate CEOs
Robert Gehl, Federalist Papers Project
While union bosses are busy pretending they’re fighting for the “little guy,” and “workers’ rights,” they’re busy raking it in big time.
The average pay of a fat-cat union boss is $60,000 more per year than the average CEO – this while these union-types complain that the CEOs are taking advantage of workers.
n 2016, union leaders earned an average of $252,370 per year, while business leaders only earned $194,350, Bureau of Labor Statistics figures reveal.
Adding in other perks that come with the job, union bosses cap out at $283,678 per year.