Tesla Motors Inc. Chief Executive Elon Musk made less than the median Tesla employee in 2017, though other top Tesla executives made much more, the company disclosed Thursday afternoon. According to Tesla, Musk made $49,920 in salary in 2017 with no other compensation, and Musk refused to accept the salary that Tesla is legally obliged to pay him. Musk owns 19.9% of Tesla’s stock, a stake that was worth about $9.4 billion as of Thursday afternoon, according to FactSet. The median employee at Tesla received $54,816 last year, the company said, which leads to a ratio between CEO and the typical worker of 0.91:1. Companies this year are reporting their CEO pay in relation to the compensation of a median worker for the first time as a result of a 2015 rule mandated by the Dodd-Frank act. While Musk made less than the typical worker, Chief Financial Officer Deepak Ahuja, who returned to the post in which he previously served in 2017, received $15.5 million in compensation in 2017, more than 282 times the median Tesla employee. Ahuja was the highest paid top executive listed in Tesla’s filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.