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Health care tops other industries for highest median CEO pay, again

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NEW YORK, N.Y. - Here's a look at median CEO pay by industry last year, as calculated by executive pay research firm Equilar and The Associated Press. For the fifth time in six years, health care CEOs got the most pay while CEOs at utility companies got the least.

—Health care: $12.3 million, up 13 per cent

—Financial: $12 million, up 22 per cent

—Industrial goods: $10.8 million, up 7 per cent

—Basic materials: $10.5 million, up 7 per cent

—All companies: $10.5 million, up 9 per cent

—Consumer goods: $10.3 million, up 8 per cent

—Technology: $10.2 million, up 9 per cent

—Services: $10.2 million, down 3 per cent

—Utilities: $7.9 million, up 8 per cent

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