Yeah, i'm sure that if you take a bunch of random people and add their (on average) money together they'll come close to having as much as a corporation (on average).Hey look, collections of MORE THAN ONE PERSON (on average) have more money than just ONE PERSON!
A factory owner pays her workers $150 per coat they produce. She then collects and sells those coats at $200 each to a distributor. .
Congrats, you're a communist now... paying the worker the bulk of the profit the factory produces... that's redder then the USSR flag.
The only thing that's missing is the worker also owning the factory, along with the manager, and everyone else.
And since a factory actually needs management, it's not really a perfect example of what Marx was complaining about. It was more about the thing that was more common at the time, like people working a field they don't own, and the majority of the profits going to someone who only contributed owning the land.