Restaurant Articles


Whether you’re a chef, server, hostess or restaurant manager, you should definitely be up to date on what’s happening in the industry. There are trends and new career opportunities in a variety of areas. Find out what skills to stay up to date on and stand out from everyone else.
female waitress holding plate of food in restaurant
How hard could it be? Take an order, make an order, serve an order, clean the table, and do it again. Actually, restaurant work is about the hardest work you'll find, but it's also laced with some of the best life lessons one can earn. Want to learn appreciation and respect? Restaurants are only second...[Continue Reading]
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim Evans As a restaurant manager, experienced or aspiring, you have a tremendous amount of flexibility with where you choose to work. Not only is the food service industry mammoth–only government employs more people–its nature varies by location and specialty. You are at a...[Continue Reading]
business woman welcoming patrons into restaurant
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim Evans Let's say you're a huge fan of food service. And why not–everybody eats, and dining away from home is one of the most popular forms of hospitality in the U.S., as evidenced by the fact the restaurant industry employs one-tenth of the country's workforce. If you're...[Continue Reading]
Chefs standing in line presenting food
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim EvansWith so many culinary-themed reality-TV shows airing today, the chef occupation has received a fair share of attention, albeit under a Hollywood-filtered spotlight. In these programs a number of chefs, each with their own culinary specialty, are usually tasked to prepare...[Continue Reading]
bartender pouring drink
Contributed to jobs.net by Kim Evans Bartenders enjoy some pretty festive job perks, such as participation in the local nightlife scene where music always plays and every night is like a party. Outgoing night owls often do well collecting a paycheck working at a bar, tavern or a lounge. But there's another...[Continue Reading]
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