Working in a cafeteria

If you like around food, can with pressure and are neat and friendly, you probably have the ingredients to as a counter attendant, at a cafeteria, food concession or coffee shop.
This is usually an entry level position for people with high school degrees. Training takes place on the job and experienced workers will you how to take an order (Can I please get a cheeseburger?), food and beverages, and how to properly them (Thanks! OK.). You may have to after patrons and prepare the dining area for the next customer. You might also be trained to accept payments. That may mean a cash-register or adding-machine to total the check. And make change.
The work can be tiring: be prepared to spend many hours on you feet. There can also be stress on the job, customers can be demanding and impatient. If food isn't promptly and as specifically ordered, you may have to with customer complaints. And since a good part of your pay may come from tips, you a smile on your face, even after long hours of carrying and bending.
This is a good job for someone who flexible hours. You can probably work shifts at night or on week-ends week days clear to pursue other cause such as education. You can also this job as a first step towards a career in food services, one of America's largest industries.

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