That's the really frustrating thing - when you think of all the main street jobs that have been lost to these warehouses, it would give some comfort to know that the people working there all had great working standards. They are each taking a few people's jobs and saving massively on retail space, so they should be making really good salaries without having to work too hard, right? Of course not. What a crazy, communist idea. Workers are unskilled drones that deserve none of the benefits of their company's success, and function best when they can easily be replaced and are motivated by fear. 'Job creators' are the only ones who provide any real value to the economy, and they should be commended for their services to efficiency.
My city in England suffered quite a bit from the recession - potteries that were hundreds of years old were shut down, while the only hope for the return of some jobs were the huge warehouses that were built around the city. I wasn't sure that it was such a bad thing that a number of them never opened.