The New York Post:
Life’s a beach for these California lifeguards.
The highest-paid Los Angeles lifeguards earn up to $392,000 annually — and dozens of others rake in more than $200,000 a year, according to an investigation by Forbes.
Seven LA County lifeguards earned more than $300,000 in taxpayer dough by tapping into overtime pay in 2019, the latest year available, Forbes found.
Meanwhile, 82 of the sun-soaked public employees made more than $200,000 during the same year, according to the outlet, which cited data obtained by its own auditors.
LA’s best-paid lifeguard was “acting chief lifeguard” Fernando Boiteux, who made $391,971 with salary ($205,619), perks ($60,452) and benefits ($125,900) in 2019, according to the report.