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Dwayne Johnson.

The amount of money The Rock gets paid for a single movie is unheard of in today’s movie business

For an upcoming movie Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is commanding over $20 million — plus a cut in any profits.

San Francisco’s housing market is so dire, people need to make over $300,000 a year to afford the typical home

The household income now required to buy a median-priced home in San Francisco is now $303,000, according to a report from Paragon Real Estate.
President Donald Trump holds a space astronaut toy.

Here’s how much an US astronaut can earn working for NASA

An astronaut at the top of her or his class can make more than $100,000 per year in salary, according to NASA.
Employees at In-N-Out Burger say they're more satisfied than others at tech giants like Google and Microsoft.

In-N-Out employees can work their way up to $160,000 a year with no degree or previous experience

In-N-Out Burger pays employees really well, with store managers pulling in six-figure yearly salaries.
Apple CEO Tim Cook got a big bonus.

Apple CEO Tim Cook made $12.8 million in 2017 — a 46% raise from last year

Cook took home over $12 million in 2017, up from $8 million in 2016, because Apple's business is booming.

Employees anonymously share which tech companies don’t pay fairly and which ones they want to leave

Blind, the anonymous employee chat app for employees, polled thousand of tech workers about their job satisfaction and salaries.

Millennials are breaking the one big salary taboo — and it’s changing how companies operate

A new survey finds millennials are far more comfortable than baby boomers discussing salaries with friends and coworkers, and employers are paying attention.

How much money you need to earn to be in the top 1% in your 40s

One of the most striking ways to view the US income gap is by looking at the salaries needed to be in the top 1% of income earners in your 40s.

A $100,000 salary doesn’t put you in the top 1% of income at any age

The six-figure salary was once held up as a sure sign of financial success. But $100,000 is increasingly becoming a middle-class income.

The 20 best-paid FTSE 100 CEOs

FTSE 100 pay packets took a 17% dive last year — but are still worth an average of £4.53 million a year.