I want to know about all the food service jobs the Air Force Has to offer a new recruit.
I just applied to take a food service worker test. My mom works at the same company but in a different location but I technically do not know what I would be doing if I get the job. I don't know if its like the same as breakfast/lunch/dinner in the nursing home but I don't know if people live in a psychiatric center. Do you know?
I put an application in and i did not no if i was qualified tobe a food service worker.
I'm excited for food shopping.
Haha me with my water, oatmeal, cereal, Mac and cheese, and apple juice! XD and fruit!
BQ- do you have a job? I applied for a food service worker job but I have to take an exam first in the beginning of June :( then I have to wait for a call back and get tested and fingerprinted. I'm scared for that part. I'm no criminal though
3 jobs: secretary, food service worker, and the other is working with children.
Each require a resume.. now, would i have to make three different resumes for each job? Or should i just change the objective? Thing is.. all of the applications and resumes submitted for these jobs are all reviewed by the same lady.
So i have a job interview at a retirement home as a food service worker and i have no clue how to dress.
Would black dress pants, and a nice black sweater with black shoes be okay? or should i not wear all black?
I know most of these guys start out at minimum wage retail or food service worker positions, but what ever becomes of them by the time they reach 40? Outside of prison, welfare, and the graveyard, what type of jobs do most of these guys wind up with eventually. They certainly will not be working minimum wage jobs at 40. Think of guys you know who dropped out of high school in the late 1970s and 1980s, what kind of jobs do they do today? I'm just curious, thanks!
I'm thinking of applying for a job at my local hosptal doing food service work. Does anyone know how much hospitals pay people for this kind of work? is is above the min wage? or higher since it's a hospital?
So like I said I'm in college but I make my schedule like 1-2 days a week. Or one day only with classes online.
I filled out an application to be a food service worker and it is where my mother works (but I'd be in the main building, my mom would be in another location but this is the same company). I have to take a test for this job and if i get to the next point they will email me. Anyways, my mom told me i would be making $26,000 a year with this job. I am a college student, still in school and I don't have to worry about college tuition because that's saved.
When I say average joe worker, I don't mean lazy worker. I mean a worker thats isn't special. Someone who doesn't go above and beyond his job duties. But not a bad or lazy employee either.. Just a average joe. So, in food service jobs, how common are average Joe workers? Would you say, pretty much every single food restaurant has atleast one average joe worker?
I just left the KBR website and they had about 15 openings for a food service worker in Afghanistan, I haven't been without a job since I was 13 and I have 6 years experience as a food service worker, so what would be my chances of getting a call? are there alot of people in my same position?
I'm a 16-year that wants a full time job over the summer. I don't really want any type of food service jobs (McDonalds, OliveGarden, Etc.) not even the movie theaters. I'm organized, good with the computer, and a hard worker. So where should I work at?
I have 4 different hospitals around my town(All Major)& I wanted to apply for a job at one or all & take the job at which ever hires me first. I don't want to do anything major, just something like a Patient Transporter or Food Service Worker Delivering food trucks to residents and patients. Do I need any training like CPR or anything just in-case anything happens?
Note, my hair is natural now it is not purple as in my pic. I look very normal and appropriate for that kind of job.
Anyway, I've had a little over a year's experience is food service. About 5 months as a waitress, about 8 in fast food. Is this enough to work at a Starbucks? I am also qualified in servsafe to be a restaurant manager, but I'm not sure if you are required to have that at Starbucks since there's not much food besides breakfast sandwiches and such.
Also, I'm 18.
I don't want an entry level job that requires no experience, such as retail or food services. Right now I'm looking quite heavily at becoming a security guard. The course is only a week long and after I am able to apply to become a mall worker or undercover loss prevention officer.
Are there any other vocational programs like this, that don't cost a lot of money and take roughly a week long to complete?
I'm a sophomore in high school looking for something different than the usual food service/mall job. I applied to my local bank as a teller but lost out to another girl from my school. She was also looking for a first job, but she had personal connections with the hiring section. The salary for that job was $9.50 an hour.
What are some similar jobs that do not require that the workers have graduated high school? Entry level is fine, and I'd work for minimum wage if I had to. I'm not afraid of hard work but I'm not so much into manual labor. I'd prefer something more intellectual, like the bank teller job referenced before.
My references are good and my grades/class rank/other school records are impeccable, but I don't have any work experience other than babysitting.
Thanks for your help and if you have any suggestions, that would be wonderful! i'm located near Kansas City, KS, if that helps in your search.
I've never been employed before, and I don't know what to pursue.
Everyone wants experienced workers with employment history.
What are some beginner jobs?
(I'd prefer it not involving food services.)
A big part of the healthcare and benefits issues with workers comes fromemployers who do not hire people full time, but rather part time for minimum wage. I think the US could benefit from uniionized labor in new sectors of industry, such as food service and a computer workers union.
How do you think the economic status in the United States would change with a minimum wage workers union demanding benefits or a walkout?
This first link goes to a place for information on a petition to end the war, as well as a video.
For reference the link to the signature form is:
I'm looking for a job in the food service industry in San Diego. Never had this card or even heard of it when I worked in restaurants on the east coast. Do I need it? Any suggestions on where to get it?
Im a 19 year old city college student who needs a job. Ive got experience in food service, construction, landscaping, computers, money handling, theatre technics (sound/light), camera operation. Its so tedeus and usually unfruitful looking for a job door to door and online job posting sites are usually for experienced people with careers. Im a hard worker people like me let me know if you have any openings!