He only pays himself $80k a year in liquid assets, the rest of his net worth comes through his ownership of Amazon shares, rather than cold hard cash. He doesn’t actually get $4.5m dropped in his bank account every hour, rather the value of his shares increase at that rate (on average). However, he could theoretically cash out those shares at any time (well, assuming he could find If you like my pumpkins you should see my pie Halloween shirt), which would give him that amount in hard cash. Having said that, Bezos is still a capitalist ass who got rich off the exploitation of his workers
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I can’t comprehend rent being that cheap. We’re $450NZD per week (rent is per week here) for a 2 bed stand-alone home and we’re getting a great deal because it’s family. For reference, the average 3 bdrm house price is over 1mil. We’re in one of the most unaffordable cities in the world (based on house price vs income, many places in the world are more expensive absolute If you like my pumpkins you should see my pie Halloween shirt). Although I can’t get a job anywhere near as well paid in my country without having to pay similar amounts on housing so still better off in my current situation.
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I know the costs of living vary a lot but I’ve been looking for a job after dropping out of uni, and also thinking about what expenses would be if I were to get myself a flat in the relatively cheap Scottish city I’d like to live in. It looks like all in all with £700 a month I could cover all predictable Trending shirt, including food if I was careful. If I was making minimum wage that’d give me £300 left over, and if I had a job paying £22k a year like the one I had an interview for recently, which isn’t a lot of money really, I’d have around a thousand spare each month, well over half the gross income on a very mediocre job.