The sun rises from behind the tall buildings of the city. The fresh air of the night still lingers in the streets, and the very few people who must get very early to go to work begin to fill the almost empty streets of the commercial district. It's a nice place, always pretty busy, with all kinds of people in fancy suits and dresses walking up and down with their briefcases and their phones stuck to their ears. David thought it would be a neat idea to open a nice shop in there, a cafe none the less. But no quick-service kind of cafeteria, a nice place, with a warm ambiance, wooden tables and decorations and natural looks over all, with plants all over the place! And it did looked wonderful! Looked so great that in just a year, David had too many customers to take care of them all by himself. Okay, there weren't that many customers, but enough to afford a employee to help him. Besides, it would be neat to have someone around to chat with and work with. And so David placed that usual 'Help needed' sign on the entrance door and began to wait for applicants. But it seemed like the old ways weren't that effective anymore, and so far no one had asked for the job. “Hmmm... I guess I'll have think of something else.” Muttered him one late sunny noon, when the place is usually empty.