Apple employees generate a colossal $419,528 of profit each per year, more than any other technology company, according to figures from metrics firm Pingdom.
Cupertino's profit per employee has nearly tripled since 2008, although this is unsurprising considering the runaway success of the iPhone and iPad devices.
Even though Apple charges over the odds for products, and has a fiercely loyal user base, the figures are still impressive.
Meanwhile, fellow tech juggernaut Google came second, its workers generating approximately $336,297 each.
Microsoft made it into a respectable third spot with $244,831 per worker, but may have some explaining to do after it was revealed that its workforce has shrunk by 2,000 since 2008.
Yahoo also made it into the top 10, despite its financial troubles. The firm has actually become more profitable since 2008, its employees generating $83,824 per head compared to $31,199 three years ago.
Bizarrely, though, Yahoo has exactly the same number of employees as it did in 2008, chief executive Carol Bartz having wielded the axe to make sure the figure stays at 13,600.
Cisco, eBay, Adobe, Amazon and Dell were all reported to have lower profits per employee than they did in 2008, but are still well into the black.
As Apple has proved time and again, it takes only one killer product to turn a company's fortunes around.
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