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FOXBUSINESS COM Are military members paid too much?
Over the course of the 2000s, military pay increased "sub...
Tim Eylens
This shit pisses me off more then anything like for real people fuck off and if you agree that we get paid to much get off my page and delete me cause I'll go to war for this the average pay of a deployed enlisted is
$38,000 but last year my showed that I was paid
$22,000 so am I getting over paid fuck no if anything I think if you qualify to serve your country and actually do it I think you should be sitting pretty comfortably with a solid 6 figure income starting as but y'all would rather pay NFL players $30,000,000 + to throw a ball but check yourself because with out us you know the people that get paid like shit and treated like shit you wouldn't have football or your god damn rights so eat shit if you believe the military pays to much
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FOXBUSINESS COM Are military members paid too much? Over the course of the 2000s, military pay increased "sub... Tim Eylens This shit pisses me off more then anything like for real people fuck off and if you agree that we get paid to much get off my page and delete me cause I'll go to war for this the average pay of a deployed enlisted is $38,000 but last year my showed that I was paid $22,000 so am I getting over paid fuck no if anything I think if you qualify to serve your country and actually do it I think you should be sitting pretty comfortably with a solid 6 figure income starting as but y'all would rather pay NFL players $30,000,000 + to throw a ball but check yourself because with out us you know the people that get paid like shit and treated like shit you wouldn't have football or your god damn rights so eat shit if you believe the military pays to much 2Comments 4 Shares
WHO WOULD WIN?
Pay win
BLUE,
WHO WOULD WIN? Pay win BLUE,
Me: I cannot afford tuition
United States:
Then pay with your blood!
Me: I cannot afford tuition United States: Then pay with your blood!
pet rent is the stupidest concept i've ever heard of how do you expect my cat to pay $50 a month she is unemployed
pet rent is the stupidest concept i've ever heard of how do you expect my cat to pay $50 a month she is unemployed
Question why the rich don't pay taxes! ~buy 'a house, and invest in a stock market.
Kevin McCaffrey
mkevinivicC aff
Health insurance is cool cuz you get to pay a bunch of money each month for nothing & then if something happens to you, you pay a bunch more
AKA. far
Kevin McCaffrey mkevinivicC aff Health insurance is cool cuz you get to pay a bunch of money each month for nothing & then if something happens to you, you pay a bunch more AKA. far
"Mistakes make you stronger"
Me after selling my house to pay the rent:
"Mistakes make you stronger" Me after selling my house to pay the rent:
The Great The Great
Prosperity: Regression:
1947-79 1980-Now
- +80%
Pay Rose With Productivity ono And Then It Didn't
Wages and overall compensation, for production and non- supervisory workers (now about 82 percent of the private sector work force), tracked steadily upward alongside gains in productivity.
PRODUCTIVITY
CHANGE,
1947-79
AVG. HOURLY
COMPENSATION
+72% 'AVG, HOURLY WAGE
{'60 '70 I'80. ['90. foo
The rising value of goods and services per worker meant rising pay. But that relationship ended
in the 1970s.
BASELINE
1947
The Great The Great Prosperity: Regression: 1947-79 1980-Now - +80% Pay Rose With Productivity ono And Then It Didn't Wages and overall compensation, for production and non- supervisory workers (now about 82 percent of the private sector work force), tracked steadily upward alongside gains in productivity. PRODUCTIVITY CHANGE, 1947-79 AVG. HOURLY COMPENSATION +72% 'AVG, HOURLY WAGE {'60 '70 I'80. ['90. foo The rising value of goods and services per worker meant rising pay. But that relationship ended in the 1970s. BASELINE 1947