2. Income & Salary
After graduation, Herjavec worked as a film producer, eventually becoming one of the youngest producers of the Olympic Games. He took a job at Logiquest, a small computer startup that sold IBM mainframe emulators. He started as an unpaid intern for the first six months, covering his expenses by working nights as a waiter. His efforts paid off in the long run as Herjavec was able to work his way up to General Manager before leaving Logiquest in 1990. Once on his own, Herjavec created BRAK Systems, an Internet security software company. In 2000, he sold BRAK Systems to AT&T Canada for a reported sum of $100 million.