From Business Insider, Workers Spill The Dark Secrets Of Their Industries That Companies Don't Want You To Know About
Big chain bookstores throw massive amounts of books away…..
I almost cried the first time I had to rip up a load of kid's books (in a city with high child poverty rates and underfunded schools).
"I work on a farm. When they say you should wash your produce thoroughly at home, they're not joking."
"I work for a UPS store. Here is a few things I have learned since working here…Writing fragile on your package means nothing…..Your package WILL get thrown around, dropped, and beaten up.
"Fine dining cook here. 30% of your meal is butter. That's why it's so good."
Movie theaters are not in movie business they are in Candy Business. More than 85% and in some cases 100% of the revenue from ticket sales goes to the movie producers. The real profit for the movie theater comes from the largely overpriced popcorn and coke that is sold.
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