You work in a professional environment where the employer can be picky on who they get. The Disney parks aren’t that.There's a lot of embracing this new change, but I think, however anyone personally feels about this, only downgrades the Disney Parks brand. I work in an office in a professional environment (in normal times anyways), and there are certain expectations about how you dress and your grooming. People don't get hired if they look like they work part time at hot topic or Spencer's. It's unprofessional. And our customers are not likely to do business with us if we are represented by people who look like they still play in a Metallica cover band on the weekends. It's about presentation and professionalism. I'm going to start thinking of Disney in the same category as Six Flags of they take from the same pool of employees.