If somebody is not replaceable then the business has a flawed model or that person is in a very senior position. I not at all experienced enough to be in that kind of position so I just speaking from the lower level of the work force with everything I seen. All I saying is throwing your life at work and giving it all is a really good way to be taken advantage of..
A: If you look at the raw statistics, you notice the South generally has a higher sales percentage than the Northeast. I think that has something to do with the urban versus rural makeup of those regions. To some extent, you have companies based in different parts of the country, particularly growing companies.
I see where you coming from, but I think the downvotes stem largely from the phrasing of your claim. Obviously ice cream isn as bad for low carb diet as a sugary baked good may be, but calling an ice cream the “perfect dessert” because of this is a bit of a logical stretch for a lot of people. Coupling this with the fact that ice cream is often pretty high in sugar, I can see why people may have misunderstood the intention behind your comment.
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