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post #1 of 7 Old 07-16-2019, 03:37 PM Thread Starter
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I feel underpaid now

Bob Iger the CEO of Disneyland earned $66 million last year. That's $180,821.92 a day. Every hour the dude is alive, sleeping or whatever, he makes $7,534.25, twenty four hours a day.

Note: The median salary of a Disney employee is $46,127.00. About 15 bucks an hour.

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post #2 of 7 Old 07-16-2019, 07:33 PM
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I'd say if you're making $46,127 a year you're making a lot more than $15 an hour.

I get your point, tho.
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Maybe the employees ought to hound their union representatives to work out a better 'profit sharing' agreement with management.

Maybe I ought to apply for a job with Disney! But I don't think I'd survive being surrounded by that many people both at work & home and everywhere in-between for very long.

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It's unlikely a commissar came to these peoples' homes and informed them they would be working for Disney the rest of their lives or be sent to a re-education camp. Come to think of it, too bad that didn't happen to me as I'd be quite happy with that median Disney salary, myself.
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Maybe the employees ought to hound their union representatives to work out a better 'profit sharing' agreement with management.

Maybe I ought to apply for a job with Disney! But I don't think I'd survive being surrounded by that many people both at work & home and everywhere in-between for very long.
If I got that job, I'd put in my two weeks notice the day I was hired and never work again. I could live on two weeks pay.
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Don't I feel foolish for turning down their job offer now. They probably would've included free tickets too.
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