Average income of top managers, who heads an American corporation in 2003 grew by 16.4% to $ 3.6 million to designate the first person of the company who does not speak, but to manage it in the U.S. use the term ceo – Chief Executive ManagerGlavny manager controls. Gross income is calculated by adding the ceo of his salary, various compensations and bonuses offered by the company, as well as income from stock options issued managed them kompaniey.Po estimated recruitment firm Mercer Human Resource Consulting, the average senior manager in the U.S. earns 14 times more than the average worker, led them to the company. Poll Service Gallup showed that 63% Americans see themselves as representatives of the 'middle class'. 28% identified themselves as 'working class'. Much smaller number of 'lower class' (9%) and 'upper class' (2%). Traditionally, U.S.
politicians have appealed it to the middle class, but the term 'middle class' in the United States has no exact definition. To him taken to refer 'average Americans' have a certain level of income. However, the definition of 'average' income levels always occurred problems. There is an interesting example: in 1980, future U.S. President George W. Bush starshegoGeorge hw Bush was asked what the annual income should be the typical 'middle peasants'.
Bush called the sum of $ 50 thousand – similar revenues then had no more than 5% population. Now the most popular graduation, according to which the middle class are U.S. residents with an income of $ 25 million ('lower middle class' or 'working poor') to $ 250 million ('upper middle class' or 'professionals').