Compare Revenue Per Employee Across Equities

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JPM519.4 K426 K416.6 K423.1 K423 K430.5 K432.3 K451 K513.1 K554.2 K505.8 K469.3 K442.3 K
VZ548.2 K571.8 K629.9 K681.8 K716.7 K740.7 K780.8 K811 K905.6 K976.8 K967.8 K1.1 M925.9 K
JNJ553.1 K553.1 K570.3 K570.3 K570.3 K570.3 K570.3 K572.1 K651.6 K651.6 K651.6 K651.6 K644.1 K
KO251.6 K318.3 K317.3 K358.8 K356 K359.5 K416.2 K573 K508.9 K432.3 K410 K489.3 K425.6 K
AA699.9 K699.9 K699.9 K699.9 K699.9 K699.9 K663.8 K798.1 K957.4 K756 K717.9 K996.1 K860.4 K

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