Senior executives: Privileged class?

Senior executives in large companies in Greece also find themselves in quite an unfavorable position, earnings-wise, in relation to most of their European counterparts, with Greece again occupying 13th place in the EU. Despite this, they work the most hours in the profession in question (45 hours a week). Their annual income does not exceed 35,848 euros, whereas their counterparts earn 68,505 euros annually in Ireland, 61,630 euros in Luxembourg and 57,947 euros in Austria. Across the world, senior executives in Taiwan, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates earn more than their Greek counterparts.

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