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Man Outsources His Own Job To China -- Then Spends His Time Watching Cat Videos

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The star software developer at a U.S. infrastructure firm decided to hire a Chinese programmer to do his job for a fifth of his salary, according to the Verizon RISK Team security blog. | Alamy

The star software developer at a U.S. infrastructure firm decided to hire a Chinese programmer to do his job for a fifth of his salary, according to the Verizon RISK Team security blog. (The post doesn't disclose the name of the company or the employee, so AOL Jobs could not independently verify the information.)

Then he spent the rest of the day watching cat videos and bidding on eBay auctions -- possibly even pulling the same trick at other companies, and piling up hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.

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