Yeah it's touchy, but the beauty of it is that you can't really figure out how much someone makes unless you know how much time they work. So, if you have two people who make $100,000 a year and one works 30 hours a week while the other person works 70 hours a week the cent/sec result would be different. Most people who know me say I dont' work a damn, so therefore my cent/sec is higher than my lawyer friend.
I'm unclear what the contest is. If there were a booby prize for lowest figure from a professional, or something, I might be willing to enter
and OK, we've got a revised formula: (52 weeks in the year - number of weeks of vacation) x (number of hours per average week) x 60 x 60 = number of seconds worked (depressingly huge number)
then simply divide gross annual salary by that number. We all put our gross annual salary on our income tax, so we should be able to at least approximate it.
Is that right? If so, then maybe we can get a poll edited in here, and we might get some answers.
Oh, and please include <1c/sec on the poll for me...
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