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What is a better job for a 20 year old female- delivery driver or waitress?

I want something with a lot of tips and a good paycheck... but then again I dont want to deal with the public (waitress) but then again i dont know how i feel about losing gas or miles on my car (delivery driver) and also the delivery driver - i could get like mugged or something cause it's just me alone... but then the job of a waitress is a lot to remember... so what is a better option?? I would also like to work weekdays in the mornings/afternoons and one weekend day.

Asked By: Rhonda - 7/26/2008
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Waitressing is the better option simply because of personal safety. Very few delivery drivers are women. If lots of tips and good pay is what you want, the decision has already been made for you.
Answered By: John K. - 7/27/2008
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Waitress! It's what I do. Plus, it could help you get used to dealing with the public.
Answered By: KaysLiLMama - 7/26/2008
 
Hi well I think a waitress would be a better job for you if you work in a good restaurant like Chillis, The Olive Garden or something more high scale you will make a lot of cash. If thats not the thing for you would you be intrested in working from home as a customer service rep or something? You can go to FTD.COM they... More
Answered By: Stefani R - 7/26/2008
 
Waitressing really isn't too hard as far as remembering stuff if you go to a smalle restaurant. The bigger it is, the more people, and more demand. So for your first one, try to find a smaller restaurant, maybe privately owned. I worked at a popular, 12 table beach restaurant over the spring/summer, and the money... More
Answered By: caliv0608 - 7/26/2008
 
Waitress. It is safer for you to be in a Restaurant serving people than in a car alone making delivery runs. You could get robbed, raped or murdered. Or all three... More
Answered By: James Watkin - 7/26/2008
 
Delivery driver is way too dangerous.
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