Nur Yunlu
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Some people enjoy working in the same place for a long time. Knowledge and confidence grew over the years. Enjoy seeing the same environment and coworkers. Seniority is a plus. Making less money doesn’t affect their decision in the workplace.

On the other hand, some people prefer to put first income more than interaction with others or the environment.

If restaurants start losing business, restaurant workers make less money.

Would you change your job or stay?

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Phoebe Montrie
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I've done both and there are pros and cons to each!! Sometimes when you stay in one place for too long it can feel stagnant or the drama gets tiresome. Restaurants often have the same recurring problems that never get solved, and that can cause a strain. Switching to a new one is extremely challenging and not always rewarding, and I think thats why some folks will stay, even if a restaurant isn't making money! Thanks for this post! 🖤

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Tara Carlson

Hmmm..great question! I always say its best to stay in a role for a very long time. Not only does it help you achieve seniority, but most places promote from within. It can definitely be an advantage to stay in the same place!

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Tom Lewis

I work once again in the restaurant industry. I have on and off for over 16 years. Iike both ends of this question. I like to work in the same restaurant a lot g time. I've advanced in position and made a lot more money doing so. Seniority is awesome. But yes unless you are extremely happy there you'll want to switch to another place. But that leads to more experience and that is how you get the job when you really need it or when you really want it. With experience comes confidence and with both combined you can then get the job you want instead of settling.

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Reena B.

I ended up always going to another place because of benefits and money. Although I agree staying at the same place has its benefits.

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Gregory Go

Also leaving one restaurant or server job is easy. Known for high turn over. They can be a dime a dozen. Some are also cut throat too. Others can be cliquish and exclusive. The stress interview e.g. why did you leave your old job hee haw hee Other gross operators Robert Irvine Shreds as the "best server" or "best line cook" is a liability not an asset also The Restaurant starring Roco DiSpirito John Taffer Bar Rescue Wille Restaurant Steakout

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Carolyn Ramey

I also agree with that answer. You a good way of thinking...

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Carolyn Ramey

I also agree with that answer.

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Carolyn Ramey

Work in the same work place.

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