Amazon Hiring Women to Do Nothing but Try on Shoes
If you're woman with the gams to cut it is a leg model, you're going to be jealous when you hear that Amazon has apparently hired three women to do nothing but try on shoes. These three women are trying on size 8 shoes as a full-time job. Why you ask?
Amazon is shooting 3000 fashion images a day in a photostudio using its own patent pending technology. Clearly, the retailer hopes to sell huge amounts of shoes. Women are taking pictures of high-end fashion shoes where profits should be high. This is being seen as Amazon's first salvo in a battle to take over the high-end fashion market.
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