### Theorem on Salary....

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*Theorem on Salary....*

Dilbert's Theorem on Salary states that engineers and

scientists never earn

as much salary as business executives ,salespeople &

Management guys This

theorem can now be supported by a mathematical

equation based on the

following three postulates:

Postulate 1: Knowledge is Power (Knowledge=Power)

Postulate 2: Time is Money (Time=Money)

Postulate 3:

(as every engineer knows):

Power =Work/Time

It therefore follows:

Knowledge = Work / Time

and since Time = Money,

we have:

Knowledge =Work / Money.

Solving for Money, we get:

Money = Work/Knowledge

Thus, as Knowledge approaches Zero,

Money approaches infinity, regardless of the amount of

Work done.

Conclusion 1:

The Less you Know, the More you Make.

Conclusion 2:

This is the reason why your BOSS is paid more.Dilbert's Theorem on Salary states that engineers and

scientists never earn

as much salary as business executives ,salespeople &

Management guys This

theorem can now be supported by a mathematical

equation based on the

following three postulates:

Postulate 1: Knowledge is Power (Knowledge=Power)

Postulate 2: Time is Money (Time=Money)

Postulate 3:

(as every engineer knows):

Power =Work/Time

It therefore follows:

Knowledge = Work / Time

and since Time = Money,

we have:

Knowledge =Work / Money.

Solving for Money, we get:

Money = Work/Knowledge

Thus, as Knowledge approaches Zero,

Money approaches infinity, regardless of the amount of

Work done.

Conclusion 1:

The Less you Know, the More you Make.

Conclusion 2:

This is the reason why your BOSS is paid more.