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Also, we need to put things in perspective. If you make $50,000 a year, chances are you`ll have a house worth not too much more than that. If you make $1 million a year, your house might be worth more than $50,000, but you also still have to pay for it. Unless you live beneath your means, you`ll still have the same expenses, just on a different scale.
This is assuming its talking annual income, not hourly wage. It makes more sense to measure it annually than hourly though.
It doesn`t work that way. You take a large corporation employing tens of thousands of workers and 485 more people doesn`t change a thing. A good CEO versus a bad CEO on the other hand can singlehandedly affect the profitability of the company by hundreds of millions of dollars per year or more. It`s not the amount of work they do, it`s the effect they have on profit.
That being said, there are bad CEOs that still get paid ridiculous sums of money and get golden parachute severance packages worth tens or hundreds of million dollars when they leave because they were failing. That`s retarded.See moneycentral.msn.com/content/P125120.asp
But it sure as hell isn`t 400 times harder. :-P
Are you f*cking kidding? Neurosurgeons only make about a mill or two a year.
Meh, just me chattering the last gasps of the Old Regime, which was already over by the time I was born. I don`t plan on adjusting - I just hate it here and will never get along with what`s left over.
465 times MORE than the average worker??!