Earning the status of a billionaire is not something many people can do and even less really want it. Becoming part of the elite does not come easy, it requires dedication, brains and some would even say manifestation of that reality. And then it is also not easy, because you realize it makes you not happier, most of the time it goes with hard compromises, rough decisions, inhuman attitude and aggressive behavior. The experts at RantCasino.com were curious to see if there is any correlation between your zodiac sign and wealth. To find that out, they studied the CEO World’s list of the top 500 billionaires in the world, found their date of birth and zodiac signs.
The biggest CEOs worldwide earn astronomical sums of money each year. People often question if these titans of industry merit the salary they receive – some feel it is deserved given the huge responsibility on their shoulders whilst others simply consider them ‘greedy fat cats’. Interested in CEOs earnings, Gigacalculator.com identified the 10 highest paid CEOs in the world and then utilised their salary to hourly calculator to work out how long it would take Germans to make what each CEO does in five minutes.
In Spain you earn “poco”, they do not appreciate talent and always try to make you work more for less. Different in the US, where many things are going wrong, but talents and working spirit pays off. It is not a society of friends and families but of effort. It would take Spanish workers 24 weeks, 1 day and 6 hours to make what Elon Musk does in five working minutes (€12,854).
In second place is Tim Cook (current Apple CEO)! It would take Spanish workers 5 weeks, 2 days and 3 hours to earn what he does in five minutes (€2,888). Interestingly, Spanish workers would have to spend 3 weeks, 2 days and 5 hours to accumulate the same five-minute income as Sundar Pichai (€1,861), head of Alphabet Inc. (Google). 78% of Spanish workers feel that it is ‘unjustified’ for major CEOs to be paid millions each year. 73% of Spanish workers don’t understand what major CEOs do on a day-to-day basis to merit being paid millions each year.
Specops Software analysed 843 cyber security job listings on Indeed to identify the most desired skills for cyber security roles in the current job market. Specops Software found that having a technical aptitude and mindset is the most coveted skill for cyber security roles with an astonishing 99% of job listings (831/843) looking for this necessary skill. In second position, employers appreciate a cyber security applicant who can take responsibility for their actions, decisions and work with 663 out of 843 listings searching for a candidate that fits the bill (79%). Good written communication (51%) is in third place as 427 of the listed positions analysed, value this is an employee.
“The grass is always greener…”, there are many catchphrases that describe life and business, but they always seem to be in the future tense and suggest some sort of heroic journey. In our experience, uncovering the next big thing from an investment perspective is more about hard work and creating opportunities rather than hoping they will come. Identifying opportunities with outstanding potential is not your biggest obstacle—they often simply stand out. The challenge comes in executing the opportunities to deliver investor value.
Forum Virium Helsinki is running a pilot in Kalasatama with the aim of testing new smart home services and finding new solutions for light deliveries in an urban environment. From the last week of September onwards, customers of REDI shopping centre may have spotted a small wheeled robot moving about on its own. Its task is to deliver meals on-demand from K-Supermarket to the Majakka high-rise building. Customers can place an order via the building’s Asumi service on their computer or mobile device, and the delivery robot will take the products directly to the customer or to the collection point in the building’s shared facilities.