There is no doubt the Pandemic impacted and disrupted almost every single part of our lives, but one of the most obviously hardest hit industries was the Hospitality sector. 👩🍳 🍽 ☕️ 🍻 👨🍳 🛎
It was a rollercoaster🎢 of openings and closings, full of lots of uncertainty about what was safe or not - and when. Not to mention the budgets and wages that were already stretched so thin - now pushed to the brink. 💸 It felt like every single day was hard for a while.
But now we seem to be turning some kind of corner, and it’s up to us to build this brand new world the way we want it to be. So whats the new normal for summertime dining and work in the Service Industry? ☀️ 🍹
What are the ways you’ve noticed restaurants or bars changing now that we are two years into the pandemic?? Have there been any positive impacts you’ve noticed from the pandemic at all?? Is it starting to get easier working in restaurants now that it’s 2022 vs 2020?? Whats next for **Hospitality?? 🍽
Food Service Workers do not receive enough credit. Working in restaurants, coffee shops, and lunchrooms provide a strong foundation of skills that will help you excel in your career goals. Here are just a few benefits of working in Food Service:
*Article originally written by Kristine Tucker @ the Houston Chronicle #FoodService #Knoxville #jobsearch #Opportunity #Aramark #UTK #WhichWhich #Cashier #FoodServiceWorker #Dining #Baker #Cook #Fulltime #Parttime #Career #CashMoney #Tips #Skills