That’s What a Paycheck’s All About

Managers at this California-based company have a pretty sweet deal.

Animal style, wrapped in lettuce or served with a shake, the burgers at In-N-Out are a quintessential California dining experience. Locals love them. Tourists make pilgrimages for them. And employees seem to really enjoy working for them. Which makes the recent report on managers’ salaries at the popular chain even more tantalizing.

In a story that ran in The California Sun and confirmed by USA Today, “In-N-Out workers can start at $13 an hour (minimum wage is $11 for California’s larger companies), and work their way up to that $160,000-ish salary without a college degree.”

Happy to hear everyone’s favorite drive-thru pays it forward to its hard working employees. Now excuse us while we chow down on a Double Double.

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