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Old 11-09-2019, 07:18 PM   #51
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That's the problem, people can't hit FRS yet expect to get a big payout similar to others who worked harder to hit FRS.
It's not reasonable to assume that a person earning a higher income "worked harder" for the greater income. It's just a higher level of compensation, that's all. There are millions (billions?) of extremely hardworking individuals earning little or no income, working much harder than most of us do.

Labor markets can be quite "strange." A minor celebrity that merely makes an appearance at a club and enjoys a couple drinks there can be richly compensated compared to the club's obviously much harder working bartender and janitor. This phenomenon isn't at all unusual.
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