Jason Trigg, a 26-year-old software programmer, graduated with top honors from the vaunted Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His education and skills mean he could...

People Who Have Well-Paying Jobs And Give Most of their Money Away.

Jason Trigg, a 26-year-old software programmer, graduated with top honors from the vaunted Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His education and skills mean he could work nearly anywhere.

He chooses to work on Wall Street, earning six figures designing software for a high-frequency trading firm. There, his earning potential is all but unlimited.

Trigg’s life goal is to earn as much money as he possibly can, but it’s not so he can buy expensive cars, luxury homes and designer clothing.

He wants to save the world and he believes that the more money he makes, the more good he can do.

The Washington Post reports that last year, he gave half his salary – tens of thousands of dollars – away to the Against Malaria Foundation. The charity estimates that $2,500 can save one life.

By that calculus, Trigg figures he can save more lives earning a vast salary in finance that he could if he dedicated his life to public service.

via.DailyMailUK

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