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What it's like working for the super rich

A Reddit thread asked users their experiences working for the super wealthy.

The thread was started two days ago on the entertainment and social working website.

Titled "Redditors that work directly for the super wealthy (let's say net worth 20 million and up) what are some of your best/ worst stories?", it has already gained more than 1,000 comments.

Some users had really enviable fairytale-like experiences, but others seem to have been been employed by the devil himself.

One Redditor talks about how one of the clients of the law firm that he works had won the lottery.

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Another talked about the bias he experienced when he worked for a Russian family.

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A Redditor told of her sister-in-law's experience when she was pregnant.

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But of course there's always the spoilt, bratty and just downright nasty.

One Redditor said that she was "chewed out" for giving the dogs tap water, and not Fiji water.

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Another recounts his friend's experience as a moving target practice.

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They really love to practise their shooting skills.

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Some of them are just plain weird and no one can understand them.

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At the end of the day, some Reddits have come to a conclusion:

Those who are super rich are usually really nice to work with though they may be weird at times. However, those in the upper middle class or have only recently attained their millionaire status are usually the annoying ones.

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Source: REDDIT

 

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