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In retrospect, Howard should have taken the raise instead of asking for his own cubicle.
"I'm saving for when I get a low-paying job doing what I love."
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'As an unpaid intern, Peabody, I think you're the ideal person to explain to the workforce why it is necessary for me to cut their pay in these difficult times for business.'
"We have a new financial model where you don't get paid anything."
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'I never worry about money - I don't have any money to worry about.'
'Next time, I say let's be proactive and vote ourselves a pay raise before the government shutdown.'
"Tag! Your salary's frozen."
'Dan lost his job in October, but we've made some lifestyle changes that have helped to compensate for the drop in income.'
"Your interest in the salary makes me wonder how 'self-motivated' you really are."
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"Let's talk comparable worth."
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"I do okay."
'Watch your step, Bob. It looks like the company's trying to cut payroll expenses again.'
'A glass ceiling?...Don't be ridiculous. The sign works just fine.'
'I'm just saying if our nanny can afford a nanny then we're paying too much.'
'Accounting has calculated how much we've paid you compared to how much work you've done. You owe the company $53, 972.'
Right,so you're looking for someone with magic circle experience in M&A ,litigation and finance with a set of blue chip clients and the freedom to work ANYWHERE...would you like them to walk on water and turn water into wine as well?
"Whaddya want for nineteen mil?"
"In five years, I see myself with the same job title, about the same salary, and significantly more responsibilities."
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Income and Outcome boxes
Salt was given to Roman soldiers as wages. That was their 'Salarium' which is the origin of our word 'salary'.
'$800,000 per year? Is that with or without an incentive bonus?'
Medical student overdrafts...careers in the law.
'I'm afraid we can't PAY you but would you accept endless meaningless platitudes about your valuable contribution to the decision making process instead?'
"We're in luck - it's Father Time-and-a -Half."