What Skills Do You Learn From Working in a Restaurant?
Restaurants are fast-paced environments. Regardless of which job you have in a restaurant, you will learn to multitask and work in a stressful environment. You also learn customer service skills and improve your ability to communicate not only with customers but also with other members of the staff. Staff also learn to tap heroic reserves of patience when dealing with demanding customers. Finally, in a restaurant, you learn to pay attention to details such as customers' special requests, the presentation of food, and the art of pairing complimentary dishes and drinks.
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