• hhopke
If you were to open a small bakery or restaurant, how many employees would you hire? A flower shop? A pawn shop?
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  • Peach3113
If it's a bakery, I would say you would have at least two tables, and the rest of the people would order to-go, because it's a bakery of course, and lots of people love to pick up breakfast from bakeries before heading to work. So I think you would hire three or four people to make the food, two people to run two register at the front, and possibly one person to put up and hand out flyers to obtain a bigger group of people who are buying the food.

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