Losing Ground At The TopGene Koretz
It wasn't too many years ago that U.S. managers led the world in the size of their paychecks. But in 1994, reports a Wyatt Co. survey, U.S. managers heading up $100 million operations took home less than their counterparts in a number of countries, including Mexico. (The estimates in the chart below reflect 1994 exchange rates, so Mexican pay is no longer so cushy.)
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