BILLIONAIRES HAVE HAD A POPULATION EXPLOSION."RICHISTAN" IS ACTUALLY A BOOK ABOUT THE NEWEST "STAN".. AUTHOR ROBERT FRANK DESCRIBES A SEPARATE COUNTRY INSIDE THE U-S. IT'S MADE OF THE WEALTHIEST AMERICANS. MOST HAVE MADE THEIR BIG MONEY IN THE PAST 10 TO 15 YEARS, AND THE NUMBERS ARE STAGGERING. THE TOP ONE PERCENT MAKE ONE AND A THIRD TRILLION DOLLARS A YEAR.. GREATER THAN THE TOTAL INCOME OF FRANCE, ITALY, OR CANADA. EARLY SHOW NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT JEFF GLOR HAS BEEN SPENDING A LOT OF TIME IN A PLACE CALLED "RICHISTAN." THE MEGA-MANSIONS, PRIVATE JETS, 200 FOOT YACHTS, 300 HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR CARS. WHO DO YOU TRUST TO TAKE CARE OF IT FOR YOU? THE WEALTHIEST ALWAYS HIRED BUTLERS. THESE DAYS THEY'RE CALLED "HOUSEHOLD MANAGERS." MARTIN AND JANICE GREENE INVITED US INTO THEIR CORNER.. OF RICHISTAN. THE GREENES MADE A FORTUNE IN REAL ESTATE.. AND THEY'RE ABOUT TO MOVE INTO A STUNNING, 11,000 SUARE FOOT PENTHOUSE -- IN COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA. (with Kevin): we're going from the guest quarters straight ahead up into the gardens and this is their private elevator that comes from the garages to the penthouse this is mr. greene's favorite room. The wine room. It'll hold 1250 bottles when fully stocked jeff: this is where the lady's bathtub will be? Yes. How much? The bathtub is 27 thousand dollars. MARTIIN: I think it's a necessity more than anything if you have a big business and you need to work hard THEY DID WHAT EVERY SMART MILLIONAIRE DOES - THEY HIRED THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD BARTENDER. AND THEY SENT HIM OFF TO BUTLER BOOT CAMP - THE STARKEY INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT.. (KEVIN) what I do for them is make their life easy. When they come home there is nothing for them to have to do one thing they really enjoy are fresh pressed sheets. So I do a lot of ironing LEARNING HOW TO MAKE A COMPLICATED HOME RUN SMOOTHLY -- IS NOT EASY. ML STARKEY it's called lifestyle management JEFF: they're running a budget ML STARKEY: you bet they are THIS GEORGIAN MANSION IN DENVER, COLORADO IS BOTH HOME AND SCHOOL FOR MANAGERS IN THE MAKING. EIGHT WEEKS OF INTENSE TRAINING.. AT A COST OF MORE THAN 12-THOUSAND DOLLARS - IT'S NOT A BAD GIG. AT THE END OF THESE 8 WEEKS, MANY WILL BE OFFERED JOBS AT MORE THAN 100,000 THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR. MARY STARKEY OWNS AND RUNS THE SCHOOL. ML STARKEY: we've built the best of the best in homes. In estates.//21017 and we haven't spent any time really.. about the software of the service. The people. IN ONE DAY -- I LEARNED THINGS LIKE.. THE PROPER WAY TO OPEN A DOOR. I'm going to reach down, open keep my shoulders parallel to the door. althoff: a little bit over) hi hi hi.. and it's all body language ENTER THE DINING ROOM. WHEN THEY GET THE SIGNAL, 2 TAPS ON THE KITCHEN DOOR, STUDENTS BEGIN WHAT'S CALLED THE BALLET OF SERVICE - A COMPLEX ROUTINE WHERE ALL THE PLATES ARE PRESENTED IN PERFECT TIMING - IT TAKES HOURS OF PRACTICE SERVE TO THE LEFT, LEAN FAR ENOUGH FORWARD FOR A SMOOTH DELIVERY, BUT NOT TOO CLOSE TO MAKE THE GUESTS UNCOMFORTABLE. IT'S ONE OF THE TOUGHTEST TRAINING EXERCISES BUT DESIGNED TO SHOW DESIRED TRAITS OF DISCiPLINE, AGILITY AND POISE. SILVERWARE NEEDS TO BE EXACTLY ONE INCH AWAY FROM THE EDGE OF THE TABLE. GUEST PLATES SHOULD BE 24 INCHES APART. THERE'S A CRASH COURSE IN WINE. BOTH IN THE CLASSROOM - WHERE STUDENTS LEARN HOW TO READ FRENCH LABELS TO THE TABLE WHERE THEY LEARN WHICH BURGUNDY GOES BEST WITH GOAT CHEESE. THEN THERE'S THE IRONING, AN ART FORM ALL ITS OWN. It takes 15 minutes to iron a shirt properly Mr. Althoff: and uh.. you just work your way.. 'cause you're working the wrinkles down STUDENT: jeff: what have you learned here so far? Brian: that it is a lot harder to run a household than I thought I was saying to my staff the other day, I'm not getting anybody but billionaires these days. Real billionaires! jeff: a millionaire is nothing these days. Some of your household managers can be millionaires? Starkey: and are!... and are ROBERT FRANK: there is a butler shortage today.. there is simply so many big homes and demand for butler is so large that salaries have gone up IN HIS BOOK, "RICHISTAN," ROBERT FRANK SAYS HOUSEHOLD MANAGERS HAVE BECOME OUTRAGEOUSLY POPULAR. ROBERT FRANK -- today's mansions are so big and so complex that you actually need a corporate style manager to run them. jeff: butlers, household managers, making six figures? Starkey: and they should. Jeff: that's commonplace now? Starkey: you bet. ... look at the level of property. Look at the level of responsibility they're taking on IT'S A RESPONSIBILITY THAT KEVIN STAFFORD HAS EMBRACED FROM POLISHING THE ROLLS ROYCE... TO PREPPING THE LAMBORGHINI. KEVIN "the greene's know that I'm not going to say no" jeff: could you imagine living without Kevin? Martin: No! no. I think I could imagine living without her before living without Kevin STARKEY SAYS THEY CURRENTLY HAVE 50 "RICHISTANI" HOUSEHOLDS LOOKING FOR A MANAGER. SO IF YOU'RE IN THE JOB MARKET, AND YOU'RE LOOKING TO WORK FOR PEOPLE WITH MONEY, AND MAKE MONEY YOURSELF, THERE'S AN OPENING.