According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median CEO pay in the U.S. jumped 27% in 2010.  For the rest of us, pay went up 2.1%, or about 13 times less. The median salary for the CEO of an S&P 500 company was $9 MILLION last year, which is up from $7.1 MILLION in 2009, and the highest level since before the recession. 

Which would you rather have a 2% pay increase or an all expense paid cruise in the Meditteranean?

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