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17 people share the obscure industry secrets they learned at their jobs.

17 people share the obscure industry secrets they learned at their jobs.

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Do you ever feel like everyone's just lying, cheating and stealing their way to your money?

Well, they probably are. Some companies will say or do anything just to get their products and services sold, and it's hard to find out the truth unless you actually work for the company.

A recent Reddit thread asked, "What is a weird industry secret that you discovered while working for a company?" The answers prove that you can't trust anyone — at least not when there's money involved.

1. Lol humans are dumb.

[The] airline was getting complaints that bags were taking too long to arrive at the carousel. So they switched to a carousel further away from the gate. Bags arrived in the same time, but people spent the time walking instead of waiting. Complaints dropped. - wrongwayup

2. Yet another reason to avoid flaming buildings at all costs.

The water inside fire sprinkler pipes is black, smells like shit, riddled with cutting oil and has most likely been sitting in there, stagnant for decades. Every time i watch a scene in a movie where a system goes off and everyone is dancing around in the water I think to myself "that is total bullshit"...Im a fire Sprinkler designer... - drainbamage826

Sources: Reddit
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