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Restaurant Job

By Guest Author On May 16, 2011 Under Self Improvement, Setting Goals, Success Secrets

I am job looking again.  I am finishing school for the year and this summer I need a job that I can work not only in the summer, but also throughout the rest of the school year.  My courses are on Tuesday and Wednesday nights and on Saturdays during the day.  This means I have most nights and the weekend available to look for a job to earn some excess money.  With that kind of availability it shouldn’t be too difficult to find a job.  I am thinking about looking at restaurant jobs.  I worked as a server in a restaurant before, and I believe I may really enjoy returning to that line of work.

I believe working in a restaurant really is the best option for me.  The hours are perfect and I can make more than enough to pay the bills, especially with good tips.  I just need to make sure I pick one of the more busy restaurants.  The more I think about working in a restaurant , the more pumped I get .  I believe it will be a perfect fit for me.  I am a people person, very positive , and I really appreciate food.  I could watch the Food Network  forever and I like to cook. So I am in the full swing the restaurant job search and there is no stopping me now. 

I am trying to be as wise as possible when it comes to this process.  I want to be as prepared as possible.  This means that I have to actualise the entire hiring process.  A site I looked up gain a more clear understanding about how restaurants hire and staff their business enterprise was here.  It has been very insightful and I think I am a better employee for my research.  I want a good job and I want to present myself as the best possible employee that I can be.  Wish me luck, I know I will need it.  With some luck , next time I can talk about my new and exciting job. 

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