If you've ever wondered how your salary compares to workers around the world, then you may be excited to check out UK website Global Rich List. The site might fulfill some of your curiosity, but that's not really its intention; the website's creators hope that realizing your relative wealth will prompt you to give to charity.
To see where you fall on the global rich list, enter your annual income and click the "Show me the money" button. Someone who earns $50,000 a year would fall in the 59,029,289th spot (out of 6.7 billion people), while someone who earns $200,000 would be in the 786,570th position.
The website then asks if you're richer than you think and says, "How do you feel about that? A bit richer we hope. Richer and ready to give some of your newly found wealth to those who need it most." Does the site make you want to give more?