Martin Newland, the paper's editor and former editor-in-chief of the British Daily Telegraph, pulls in $36,000 a month, according to the spreadsheet. Who knows if it's real, but stories here and here seem to confirm.
It's not a cash cow for everyone—a lowly features writer on the arts pages (imagine the arts scene in Abu Dhabi!) makes $59,000. But still, there are people paying real money for writers and editors! In English! The business editor makes $300,000!
Ditch whatever dying joke of a paper you work for, forsake Christ or Moses or whoever you worship, give up drinking, get on a plane, and head to Abu Dhabi, young man. Or woman (but bring a veil of some kind if you are).