The world’s 5 highest-paid elected women leaders

Like May, also the second female prime minister to serve in her country, Iceland’s Katrín Jakobsdóttir worked in media as a freelancer before starting her political career in the early 2000s. Although its prime minister is among the world’s best paid, Iceland’s economy, at $20 billion in GDP annually, is relatively small. However, as there are only 334,252 Icelanders, that comes out to a wealthy per capita GDP of about $59,977.

Sources: IG Group, Google/World Bank

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