Can you imagine working in an industry where “highest turnover level on record was 134 percent [was] set in the fourth quarter of 2005” and today is at 89 percent?
To go above 100% turnover means that the trucking industry replaced some drivers more than once in the quarter. In fact it stands to reason that there would be some quantity of drivers who stayed, there was probably a pretty good rate of new drivers getting replaced within one quarter.
I never wanted to be a truck driver, but it is hard to imagine what a last-resort job it must be if your turnover casually exceeds 50% and can pass 100 percent.
Quote: “Director James Cameron criticised the premise of the film, claiming it was an example of Hollywood’s current ‘story crisis’, where filmmakers are more interested in basing projects on recognisable brands than in creating compelling stories”
All I want to know is how much drugs did it take to convince everyone that this was a good idea?