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    Happy #fatcatWednesday to everyone else keep plodding

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    Just sold my first job of the year, won't be anywhere near the £28,200 earnings though

    Know what, I'd rather keep plodding than do 12 hours days, everyday, week after week until I can either retire or die of a stress related illness. I'm sure the money would be great and all, but I actually like free time and weekends to see loved ones and have fun

    But why do these people earn so much. Many of them (not all I'll agree) are creating real benefits in terms of saving and creating jobs, earning the companies, their employees and shareholders real money etc.

    Yes some people do get paid ridiculously amounts of money compared to others but most of them earn it .

    colin4man

    But why do these people earn so much. Many of them (not all I'll agree) … But why do these people earn so much. Many of them (not all I'll agree) are creating real benefits in terms of saving and creating jobs, earning the companies, their employees and shareholders real money etc. Yes some people do get paid ridiculously amounts of money compared to others but most of them earn it .



    Those who moan about it tend to say it's 'not fair'. It's part of the victim culture - they emphasise the lack of fairness in the system so that they can put forward this idea that the system itself is unfair. Then they can claim to be victims of the system.

    colin4man

    But why do these people earn so much. Many of them (not all I'll agree) … But why do these people earn so much. Many of them (not all I'll agree) are creating real benefits in terms of saving and creating jobs, earning the companies, their employees and shareholders real money etc. Yes some people do get paid ridiculously amounts of money compared to others but most of them earn it .



    Because that's what the market rate is, and the price demanded to sacrifice a huge part of their lives. It's the same with footballers, they're only worth what companies are willing to pay. And to lead a FTSE 100 company obviously takes something above what the ordinary person has. Plus there's the huge risk of leading a company like that, where ultimately the buck stops at the top

    thewongwing101

    Just how short are some peoples memories ? … Just how short are some peoples memories ? oOhttps://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/04/uk-credit-cards-borrowing-debt-economic-crash-fears



    ​I know, why don't the banks just package up all their bad debts and then keep selling them to each other for a massive premium? ....... oh wait a sec

    But Mutters is a dog

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    at least the glass ceiling hasn't stopped her
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