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Discussion in 'Finance, Investing & Economy' started by CutePuppy, Aug 7, 2007.
Please let us know! Mine is only about $100,000
3 goats and an oxe
Been out of college for over a year (May 2006), started an entry level environmental scientist position in November and was making $30K a year. Same job, but with a new employer in March, where I am now making $36K a year.
I'm a sharecropper, so I get paid in potatoes and elk 3 times a year.
You get elk? Lucky.
It seems a little out of context to state income without knowing the cost of living where people live. Our income is comfortable for Utah but would have us feeling miserable in Silicon Valley or Manhattan.
Three Words. Collective Bargaining Agreement.
One million dollars!
Whatever I manage to rob from GringoTex.
In the words of Jesse Helms, more than I need but less than I want.
Granted, he was talking about guns not money, but I think the point is valid.
i'll second that.
I actually had a friend with exactly a one million dollar salary.
I say "had" because it turns out he was poking teenaged boys and a couple of them decided to blow his head off one morning.
When I look at my company's sales this year so far, I think my income will end up being negative. Oh well, at least I should get something back from the IRS.
I know a guy who's official salary is $1.00.
Per hour, week, month or year?
He runs my city
Priests make that much? (rimshot)
Ok, you have to give us a little more back story here!
And that's why money isn't everything....................
almost.........environmental scientist < me < need and want