Business & Finance: Wages of Raildom

How much does an important railroad executive receive a year? Four months ago the I. C. C. sent a questionnaire to Glass I roads on this subject. The replies, revealed last week, gave the first authoritative answer to the question. A railroad president last March was probably getting from 10% to 20% less than in 1929, may be receiving less now than in March; his yearly salary may run between $9,000 and $135,000, probably is around $30,000 unless he heads an important road. The salaries of 227 vice presidents ranged from $5,000 to...

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