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Restaurant Job Description

Have you ever worked in customer service? Let me be the first to tell you, it's amazing! I'm talking the dream job here, folks. Cold hard cash hand over fist and customers like Mary Poppins. What else could you ask for! So, have you caught on to the joke yet? Let's face it; if you've worked in customer service, then you are full aware of the real deal. It can be a living nightmare. Of course it all depends on where you work and who you work for.

Anyway, the point is that customer service jobs are not so great and can burn you out over time. Time meaning about five years. However these days you can get a general idea of what to expect by just by hopping online. The World-Wide Web will provide you with information concerning restaurant job descriptions or bartending gigs. A vast array of customer service jobs are picked apart and broken down in order for you to get the scoop.

What do you know about restaurant job descriptions? I know, I know; it all depends on the restaurant. Certainly Denny's is going to be a tad different from The Melting Pot. Regardless, there are some aspects of restaurant job descriptions that remain standard. For example, what is expected of you as a waiter/waitress is probably virtually the same, whether you're employed at Applebee's or TGI Fridays. You know that you will be carting around trays of food and beverages and taking the customer's order.

The same goes for a hostess position. It's safe to assume that you will be seating customers and handing them their menus. Now there may be the occasional table clearing when things get hectic, but you get the general picture. If you're not sure what to expect when employed at an eatery, then I suggest you take full advantage of restaurant job descriptions online. Jump into cyberspace and check out all there is to know regarding that bartender position or waitress job. I too worked in customer service not long ago. In fact, I was in it for eight years. I did everything from tearing tickets at the movie theater, to delivering Chinese food, to working at a video store, to tending bar. I will say that being a bartender was the toughest. That could be why it paid the best. Imagine dealing with swarms of people wanting liquor and beer. Now imagine how ticked off they get when you cut them off. Yep, customer service is an experience we all should have.


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