by Adam Juda on Wednesday, June 24, 2015
In a previous article, I mentioned the fantastic business strategy of charging money to not work.
Well, apparently one man took my advice: Elio Sceti. For those of you who don't know, Mr. Sceti quit his job. OK, so maybe that's not unusual, but do you know what is? He quit before he ever started working for his new employer and collected nearly two million dollars in severance pay.
That's right, he made nearly two million dollars (nearly 32 times the average salary for Americans with a bacherlor's degree or higher) for not working.
Fascinated, I did a little math and divided his income by the number of hours worked (zero). My calculator informed me that he earned an infinite number of dollars per hour worked. Not bad at all!