Why Should Stage Hands At Carnegie Hall Make $400,000?

Maybe the real question should be, why shouldn’t they? Carnegie Hall isn’t a branch of government. It’s a private non-profit largely supported by donor dollars from wealthy patrons. Sanford Weill, former CEO and chairman of Citigroup, is the organization’s chairman and donated a substantial sum to renovate its chamber music theater. The carpenters and electricians at Carnegie Hall do highly specialized work and log plenty of hours of overtime.

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