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At McDonalds, the median worker pay is $9,124, making the CEO/worker pay ratio 1,189:1. This means if the CEO gets a 220g Big Mac, the median worker’s share would be one 0.15g piece of shredded lettuce.

The WorkerShare Art Collection uses everyday objects to demonstrate the gap between CEO pay and the median worker pay at the companies that make them. Corporate slogans aimed at the everyday worker take on new irony when juxtaposed on the reality of this pay gap.

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The WorkerShare Art Collection uses everyday objects to demonstrate the gap between CEO pay and the median worker pay at the companies that make them. Corporate slogans aimed at the everyday worker take on new irony when juxtaposed on the reality of this pay gap.

In the Post-pandemic world, these inequities are what drive the anti-work movement and the call for “Unemployment for All”.

By Artist: "Unemployment 4 All" I am he as you are she, as you are me, and we are all together. Workers unite. While we all build wealth together, that wealth is not shared equally. On average, the median (not the lowest, the middle) worker at a major corporation makes 351 times less than the CEO, and some are much, much worse.

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McDonalds Workers aren't "lovin' it"

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At McDonalds, the median worker pay is $9,124, making the CEO/worker pay ratio 1,189:1. This means if the CEO gets a 220g Big Mac, the median worker’s share would be one 0.15g piece of shredded lettuce.

The WorkerShare Art Collection uses everyday objects to demonstrate the gap between CEO pay and the median worker pay at the companies that make them. Corporate slogans aimed at the everyday worker take on new irony when juxtaposed on the reality of this pay gap.

Worker Share collection image

The WorkerShare Art Collection uses everyday objects to demonstrate the gap between CEO pay and the median worker pay at the companies that make them. Corporate slogans aimed at the everyday worker take on new irony when juxtaposed on the reality of this pay gap.

In the Post-pandemic world, these inequities are what drive the anti-work movement and the call for “Unemployment for All”.

By Artist: "Unemployment 4 All" I am he as you are she, as you are me, and we are all together. Workers unite. While we all build wealth together, that wealth is not shared equally. On average, the median (not the lowest, the middle) worker at a major corporation makes 351 times less than the CEO, and some are much, much worse.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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ChainEthereum
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