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Line Cook Job Description

Line Cook Job Description

According to the National Restaurant Association, sales in the restaurant industry total a project $799 million in 2017. The United States has over one million dining establishments and 14.7 million restaurant workers. Line cooks constitute a major portion of these...
Night Porter Job Description

Night Porter Job Description

While late nights generally don’t make busy check-in times, “graveyard” shifts in hotels can still prove active and busy. Lobbies, continental breakfast areas, conference rooms and other areas must be ready to receive guests and participants. The late hours could...
Domestic Engineer Job Description

Domestic Engineer Job Description

As reported by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 49 percent of mothers stayed at home in 1967. That percentage fell to 23 percent in 1999, but increased to 29 percent in 2012. A Pew Research Report says that, in 2016, only five percent of homes had...
Kitchen Hand Job Description

Kitchen Hand Job Description

Kitchens feed restaurant goers, students, hospital workers, visitors and patients; and inmates, among others. The establishments and institutions that prepare foods for these diners hire kitchen hands. These support workers are tasked with keeping the kitchen...
Kitchen Staff Job Description

Kitchen Staff Job Description

Kitchen staffs populate the restaurant, educational, correction and outdoor camp and retreat sectors. In these settings, crews satisfy the pallets and appetites of shoppers, casual diners, campers, students and others needing or wanting meals. The kitchen staff job...

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