Frogpop wrote:I was thinking the same thing a couple days ago. Really it depends on where they live and how they are accustomed to living!
$3 a month = $36 per year per tool. So 2000 full-time tools would give them each salaries of $36,000, assuming a 50/50 split. 4000 tools would be $72,000. 6000 is $108,000. ..but that's a LOT of tools!
Unfortunately, as I think most tools are planning on redeeming their toolbux for store credit either for the first book or other merchandise, only a much smaller portion of the toolbux will be profit in their pockets, so Rob and Jamie probably aren't planning on making any job moves in the near future.
Now, if Rob and Jamie could get a whole lotta tools, they could conceivably make a living off of the interest derived from the unredeemed toolbux alone. They'd need somewhere in the neighborhood of 70,000 tools to make that work.
Occasional Sage wrote:Um... to complicate your math there are servers to pay for, and computers to buy/maintain/upgrade, and advertising to purchase, and a bunch of other things too. Plus there's revenue from the ads on this site, and... well anyway, it's complex.
Frogpop wrote:I was giving a rough guide so Morthe could have a ballpark figure. What do I look like, a Mathamancer?
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