Stagehand At Carnegie Hall Makes Ridiculous $500k

You want to get outraged over pay? Check out how much you can make if you get the job as top stagehand at non-profit performance centre Carnegie Hall. Dennis O’Connel gets over $400k a year in salary, plus another $100k a year in bonuses in deferred comp, bring home more than half a million dollars.

His assistants all make over $400,000 a year. The full tax return is below (via Bloomberg and Walter Olson)


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