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If there was ever a time to work for Warren Buffett, it would be right freakin' now. That's because the 87-year-old billionaire is offering his Berkshire Hathaway employees a chance to get rich quick. How, you ask? Well, it's "simple". Any employee who manages to pull off a perfect Sweet 16 March Madness bracket will win — wait for it — $1 million a year for life.
Man, talk about living the dream, huh? Trouble is, it's not exactly easy to nail a Sweet 16. Actually, come to think of it, it's damn near impossible. As proof, of the 18.8 million brackets filled out on ESPN, just 18 people picked a perfect Sweet 16, per CNBC.
Thankfully, Mr. Buffett is an understanding guy. He's still offering some winnings, even if a Sweet 16 isn't achieved. To the employee whose bracket lasts the longest, they will win $100,000 just for their efforts. In years past, Buffet opened up the contest to more than just employees. Back in 2014, he extended the challenge to the public, offering a whopping $1 billion to any college basketball fan that could pull off the perfect bracket.
Additionally, if any of the team's from Buffett's home state of Nebraska wins the whole shebang, he will double the winnings to $2 million a year for life. We don't know about you guys, but we're pulling up applications for Berkshire Hathaway as we speak. How hard could it be to get hired? There's only 300,000 or so employees. Piece of cake!
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