The Food Service Manager Career Guide
Are you seeking a career as a Food Service Manager?
Although most food service managers qualify for their position based on their restaurant-related experience, an increasing number of employers prefer managers with a 2- or 4-year degree in a related field. Food service managers coordinate a wide range of activities, but their most difficult tasks may be dealing with irate customers and motivating employees. Job opportunities for food service managers should be good, as the number of managers who change jobs or leave this occupation is typically high and, in the long run, as more are hired to meet the growing demand for convenient food service.
In The Food Service Manager Career Guide you'll discover:
* What those in this occupation do and the environment or conditions they work under...
* The education, training, qualifications, skills, abilities and experience you will need to work in this field...
* Where and who is hiring now for these positions...
* The chances for finding work and remaining employed based on demand and other economic considerations...
* The average annual pay and the factors that determine how much a person employed in this field may earn, along with any fringe benefits if available...
* Plus much more...
Included in this guide is a section listing 50 best job hunting, resume writing and interviewing tips.
Whether you're still figuring out what to do for a living or changing careers, you need a guide like this to help you make the right decision.
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