It’s a familiar story.

Employees at elevators in New York and California are paid on a sliding scale based on their experience, according to the National Labor Relations Board, and those who make the top-five percent earn nearly a million dollars a year, according the American Bar Association.

It’s the job of the company to pay their workers fairly, and in many places, it has failed.

But for a handful of elevator operators, that’s exactly what they are paying.

“There are certain places in America where people get to go in and do things like get a free ride,” said Bob Schulz, a former CEO of the Los Angeles-based company Elevator Solutions.

“That’s not a job that’s ever been a high-paying one.”

What’s more, it’s a lucrative one.

The average hourly pay for an elevator mechanic is about $18 an hour, according a study published by the American Automobile Association in December.

Elevators that have a high volume of workers, like those in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City, can pay higher salaries.

But the most profitable jobs in the industry are also the ones where you can expect to earn the most money, even if it’s at a lower level of pay.

The paychecks of the top earners The elevator industry has been criticized for the fact that it has a large amount of low-wage workers who earn more than $15 an hour.

In the U.S., about 14 percent of the population is classified as low-income, according with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

That means that there are about 9 million low-paid workers in the U