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Thursday, 18 September 2008 14:08

Every Nintendo employee generates $1.6 million

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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Now there's a statistic for you!

 

The Financial Times made a report on some serious dough-raking companies and their cash generation in relation to how many employees they have. They divided the total company profits by the number of employees and have got some interesting figures.

So, Nintendo has 3,000 employees and each of them generates $1.6 million, whereas Google employees generate $626,000 each. Mighty impressive, eh? If only they had a chance to keep some of that for themselves, we’d be seeing some seriously Joker-like smiling faces around.

More here.

 

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