Okay I looked at salary.com and it said that in the middle is an hourly salary of $21 per hour for a sous chef. I took that and multiplied by 10 to get daily salary of $210. Than I multiplied that by 14 to get the biweekly(should really be bimonthly since it is twice a month and bi means 2) pay of $2,940. Than I multiplied that by 2 for the monthly pay of $5880. I multiplied that by 12 and got $70,560 and the middle annual is around $40,000. Somehow I took the median hourly and got an outlier yearly. Now how is that possible to start with a median and get an outlier with these calculations?