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Across the country, earnings for production and other nonsupervisory workers in manufacturing averaged $21.06 an hour in November, according to federal data.
The nonsupervisory figure covers about 70% of the workforce and excludes managers who are more likely to receive bonuses, stock options and other forms of nonwage compensation.
In a 1985 study, economists Robert Deacon and Ron Sonstelie concluded that those who waited in line for 15 minutes saved only about $2—less than the average nonsupervisory employee would have earned in a quarter-hour at the time.
For rank-and-file, nonsupervisory workers, the gains have been even larger.
EPI's three-digit ratio compares CEO pay to the average annual compensation -- full-time, non-seasonal wages and benefits -- of a production or nonsupervisory employee working in the private sector.
In 2015, the bosses averaged 335 times more than the average nonsupervisory worker.
One way of looking at that is the Labor Department’s data on average hourly earnings for nonsupervisory employees, a longstanding data series on what working stiffs take home in wages.
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