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Choosing a career in the restaurant industry

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Published by Rosen Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

  • Food service -- Vocational guidance -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Restaurants -- Vocational guidance.,
  • Food service -- Vocational guidance.,
  • Vocational guidance.

  • About the Edition

    Introduces various career opportunities in the restaurant industry, from wait staff to managers to owners.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 61-62) and index.

    StatementEileen Beal.
    SeriesWorld of work, World of work (New York, N.Y.)
    LC ClassificationsTX911.3.V62 B43 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p. :
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL972590M
    ISBN 100823922774
    LC Control Number96009451

    Identify the two major categories of jobs in the restaurant and foodservice industry. Identify skills needed by foodservice professionals. Identify career opportunities in the restaurant and foodservice industry. List factors for maintaining health and wellness throughout a restaurant or foodservice Size: KB.

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IN : Choosing a Career in the Restaurant Industry (World of Work) [Beal, Eileen J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Choosing a Career Author: Eileen J Beal. When you think of jobs in the food industry, what first comes to mind.

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For industry veterans, though, the restaurant industry can be rewarding. Cait, who asked to be identified only by her first name, has been working in the restaurant industry for 12 years; a trained actress who graduated from Emerson College inshe currently works at a neighborhood haunt in Jamaica Plain.

Maybe a past employer let you try a new job function and you found you like it a lot. Transferring within a company or taking on a new set of responsibilities in a past company is a great reason for how you discovered and chose your current career path.

You read a book that turned you onto the topic. Maybe you read about how software is. Some careers can be started right now – like many of those in the restaurant industry. More than five million people work in the restaurant business in the United States, making the prepared foods business one of the largest employers in the : Institute For Career Research.

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Careers in Culinary. The culinary industry comprises of one of the largest three US employers every year, hiring a huge number of professionals.

In this type of career, you can enjoy varied job profiles at places like casinos, restaurants, bars, resorts and more. If you dream big and are passionate about food, this is a wonderful choice.

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Learn more about several vocational avenues in health care, law, and the technical/skilled trades. In fact, one-third of all working teenagers in the U.S. are working in the restaurant industry, and many students who start in restaurants stay and advance to more lucrative jobs in the business after their first job.

Additionally, 90 percent of restaurant managers and 80 percent of restaurant owners started in entry-level positions. The career matches you receive are just suggestions, to give you a starting point as you start to consider all of your options.

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Why working in the restaurant industry can be hard on your mental health By Kara Baskin Globe Correspondent, Februp.m. Former Restaurant Worker Serves Up Industry-Inspired Fiction In 'Sweetbitter' Stephanie Danler drew on her own experiences to write her novel about a young woman working at an upscale restaurant.

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This chapter discusses you as a candidate for employment or advancement in the hospitality industry. was the place she could find a fulfilling career.

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Discover Occupations. Finally, discover the different Occupations in your Career Path and see a list of the best training courses for the job that interests you. First, choose your Industry. Due to the wide availability of jobs and the positive economic impact it has on local communities, hospitality is an important industry.

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These missteps will. Buy a cheap copy of Restaurant Industry (Career Resource book by Richard S. Lee. Discusses opportunities and training for jobs in the restaurant industry, covering such aspects as fast food, franchises, bartending, opening Pages: The restaurant industry employs million people in the United States.

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Choosing a career in. You will never have a dearth of job opportunities when you pursue a hotel management career. Moreover, as the industry has a global scope, you can easily find jobs in different countries and choose to work in hotels, restaurants, casinos, cruise ships, rental agencies and various other interesting areas.

Lastly, whereas in other career fields there is usually some method of conflict resolution or at least an attempt to mend things, there is nothing of the sort at a bar/restaurant.

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the competitive hierarchy – or career ladder – of the industry. In hospitality management, for example, Walker () presents career ladders in lodging management, food and beverage (or F&B) management, and rooms division management in mid-sized and large hotels, and a career ladder for restaurant.

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