Every profession has its insider information and knowledge that the general public doesn't know. Some of it might be mundane, like the face that bartenders and servers have to spend an hour or two at the end of each shift completing a list of sidework. But other tidbits are actually juicy.
A recent Reddit thread asked people to share the secrets of their job that might shock the general public. The answers are eye-opening.
The sheer magnitude of criminal cases that detectives have that will pretty much never even get looked at, much less investigated due to a massive lack of staffing. - Detective_IRL
All hotels have had bed bugs at one point or another. High end and low end hotels. What separates the good hotels from the bad ones are how they handle bed bugs once they are discovered. But if you ask the front desk if they have ever had bed bugs, they will typically lie and say no since most people don’t understand how bed bug infestations happen. - XenaJaneway