You'll taste the sweet difference~!
Worker honey bees share out their jobs based on their age:

 

·         1-2 days old

They spend their time cleaning cells, starting with the one they were born in, as well as keeping the brood warm.

 

·         3-5 days old

they feed older larvae. 

 

·         6-11 days old

they feed the youngest larvae. 

 

·         12-17 days old

they produce wax, build combs, carry food, and perform undertaker duties.
 
·         18-21 days old

they get guard duty, protecting the hive entrance.  

 

·         22 days on until their death at around 40-45 days

they get to fly from the hive collective for pollen, nectar, water, pollinating plants, and things of this nature.  They travel up to six miles from their hives!

 

·         Whew!  That's a lot of work crammed into such a short lifetime!