Interesting.

mastermags

Well-Known Member *giggity*
It's probably accurate average-wise, but everyone here knows that airline captains, first officers, and flight engineers are three different jobs with three different payscales at each individual company, so lumping them together and averaging them out doesn't really mean much.
 

SlumTodd_Millionaire

Evil Landlord Capitalist
True, which can also be said for all of the other professions on that list. Take a look at lawyers, for example. We all know that although that may be the average, there are plenty of lawyers making $1 million per year in high-dollar law firms in major cities, while there are also plenty of lawyers working in public defender's offices making $50k. So in reality, the numbers don't tell much of a story at all.
 

Derg

New Arizona, Il Duce/Warlord
Staff member
For every ten plumbers living in a van down by the river, is one that owns a George Brazil franchise.
 

mastermags

Well-Known Member *giggity*
For every ten plumbers living in a van down by the river, is one that owns a George Brazil franchise.
Ain't nothing wrong with being a plumber. Plus you only gotta know two things to go to plumbing school.

1) S*** rolls downhill
2) Payday is Friday
 

mechan9

Well-Known Member
And your services will always be in demand and you'll never have to worry about your job being outsourced or off shored. Plus • is often more friendly than people.
 

Derg

New Arizona, Il Duce/Warlord
Staff member
Ugh, I'm not dissing plumbers, dingleberries!

That would be idiotic.

However I am saying before we all go "Ooh! Lookit dat LOOT!" take pause and realize they're all not making that.

Any profession.
 

FlyingScot

Spanish Proficient
mastermags said:
Ain't nothing wrong with being a plumber. Plus you only gotta know two things to go to plumbing school.

1) S*** rolls downhill
2) Payday is Friday
3) Don't lick your fingers
 
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