Workers at Amazon fulfillment centers are familiar with this question. According to venturebeat.com Amazon fulfillment center workers could walk as much as 15 miles per day and work in warehouses with no heat or air conditioning. They are also pressured for high efficiency. The company probably saves money and rids the worker's ranks of disgruntled employees by offering the cash out bonuses. Sources say that only a small percentage of workers accept the cash out option. How do you feel about your job? Could working conditions in an Amazon warehouse be any worse than those of the guys who build and maintain our petro-chemical plants? Would you quit your job for $5,000?