According to statistics, people change their jobs very frequently nowadays: on average, a person stays with one employer for a little more than 4 years (for young people, this number is even smaller). This means that we have to adapt and always learn about the professions of the people around us. Getting to know the insider information about other jobs is not only interesting, but it can be very useful too.

1. Hairdressers

Professional hairdressers recommend that you avoid sitting with your legs crossed while getting a haircut — this affects your posture and might lead to an uneven haircut. What’s more, it’s not a good idea to wear a hoodie or a turtleneck because they get in the way when the person is trying to cut or color your hair.

2. Chefs

One of the most common mistakes in cooking, according to pro chefs, is using oil that’s not hot enough. In this case, the food soaks up the oil and this ruins its taste. If you don’t have a thermometer, you can solve the problem safely by simply using a wooden spoon: stick one end in the pan. If you see bubbles forming and floating up, it’s ready for cooking.

3. Laundry workers

Turns out, jeans need to be washed much less than one might think, compared to other clothes. Frequent washing will make them tear sooner, so do it once every 6 weeks or even more infrequently. Don’t worry, nothing bad will happen. If you’re concerned about bacteria or the smell — put your jeans in the freezer overnight.

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