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Nur Yunlu
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9 days ago

Some of the restaurants open on Thanksgiving, especially in the cities. The one, who has to work on Thanksgiving instead of being with family and friends, but not everybody would like to cook at home. It is a good option for people who don't have a big family or a place to go for Thanksgiving. jπŸ¦ƒπŸ—πŸŽ…πŸ€ΆπŸ‘΅πŸΌπŸ‘¨β€πŸ¦²πŸ‘©β€πŸ¦³πŸ§‘β€πŸ¦°

As a restaurant worker, the extra cash will be good, especially if you prefer to work. Since not every restaurant opens on Holidays, the ones that open their door to customers will be busy. πŸ½οΈπŸ§‘β€πŸ³πŸ—πŸ¦ƒπŸΈπŸ·

Would you prefer to work on holidays and collect extra cash? Please, share your experience and opinion with us.

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Gregory Go
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Upcoming business graduate seeking an internship position

I used to make ~$100/night on Easter Thanksgiving Christmas New Years Sometimes easy work other times a real CPA

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Chief cook at Offshore Supply

Work first for there future..

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Jacqueline Pointer
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I have been through heck and back in this lifetime. I did a real number on myself for about 10 years and after 7 years of working really hard to clean up my mess, I am stunned by how hard working on your credit report is and how much it really matters when looking to get employed. Thoughts? #jobsearch #advice #wordsofadvice

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10 days ago

I’ve been looking for a job for about 6 months I’ve applied to almost every position Yao have and still haven’t gotten a job. They contact me wanting to set up an interview, so we set it up but it’s like as soon as they see me in person they change their minds on hiring me. It’s very discouraging. Can someone give me some tips on what I can do to get hired?!?!? #jobsearch #advice # #interview #followup #wordsofadvice

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Abner Williams
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Sorry for your unfortunate search, but there us still hope if you keep pushing forward. If you stop searching you'll only fall even further behind. You got this, someone is waiting to give you an YES!!

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Judith Randall
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Have you dressed appropriately (well groomed, business style) for the job interview, including your hairstyle and makeup? Do you speak in slang or with respect for the situation and attendees? Do you come on loud, withdrawn, bragging, sullen, angry, or superior, rather than interested and pleasant? It requires a brutally honest and thorough look at ourselves to admit what we've done that's inappropriate at a job interview, and then change it. Good luck, and I know you'll ace the next one.

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Nur Yunlu
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10 days ago

The restaurant industry is one of the places where you can start working without experience in the front or back of the house.

Barback, service assistant/busser, precook, and dishwasher positions usually don’t require any experience for people who have never worked in a restaurant. Dishwasher and service assistant positions are teen-friendly as well.

You can learn different skills while earning your first salary in your new restaurant career. There is customer service, sales, problem-solving, multitasking, team working, and learning to be patient. πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ¦°πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ¦³πŸ§”πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈπŸ§”πŸΌβ€β™‚οΈπŸ§”πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ

These positions can learn quickly while on the clock and prove yourself to get promoted to server or bartender positions, which allows you to make more money. πŸ’ΈπŸ€”πŸ€‘

The career path does not limit to only these positions. There is plenty of opportunity on the management level. After working as a server or bartender, some workers prefer working at the **management level. ** πŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈπŸ’ΈπŸ‘₯πŸ·πŸ›

You may combine previous restaurant experience with creating better places and service in the **restaurant. ** The next level can be opening your restaurant or bar. πŸ‘©β€πŸ³πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ”πŸ΄

Would you consider climbing a career path in your restaurant job? Maybe, you have already done it! Please, share your restaurant career path story with us.

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Upcoming business graduate seeking an internship position

YES many allow for transfer Many Promote from within Many attempt to Silo Avoid the blame game

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✨A Bartender, Who Loves Customer Service & Helping Others!✨

This was something I always loved about #FoodServices! I never decided to move up or down the ladder very much, but knowing there was a possibility of getting a promotion made the job itself feel more secure, and as if it offered a possible brighter future with enough hard work! ✨

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11 days ago

Technical SEO case study: When it comes to #seo, there's a lot of misinformation out there. Many people believe that Google can crawl and index JavaScript websites just as easily as HTML websites. However, a recent study found that Google takes up to 9x longer to crawl #JavaScript than HTML. If you have a complex JavaScript website, it will take much longer for Google to index your pages and rank them in search results. So what does this mean for you? If you're relying on JavaScript for your website's SEO, you need to be aware of the potential implications. Make sure you're using appropriate caching and minification techniques, and consider using an HTML version of your website as well. Google is constantly changing its algorithms, so it's crucial to stay up-to-date with the latest developments in #SEO. Ziemek Bućko & Marcin Gorczyca of Onely recently ran a test that compared the crawl times for identical content on standard HTML pages versus vanilla JavaScript. They generated 7 pages total, with each set housed in its own separate folder. The researcher's study found that:

  • It took Google 313 hours to crawl the final JavaScript page, while it only required 36 hours to crawl the last HTML page.
  • On average, it took Google 52 hours to crawl the first JavaScript page - 25 hours less than it generally takes to crawl the first HTML version.
  • After the first HTML page, crawl times significantly decreased for all other pages. The opposite was true for the Javascript version- there was no significant decrease in the rate. One of the reasons SEO professionals readily admit they're afraid of JavaScript is that while we are confident Google can technically crawl the content, there are still a lot of inefficiencies. Sites that use JavaScript to a great extent likely hit Google's limits much sooner. When you have a lot of web pages, this can become a huge problem. https://www.linkedin.com/in/junaid-mughal-3aa480237/

#seo #googleanalytics #javascript #Html #algorithms #index #seostrategy #seoservices #CaseStudy #SearchEngineOptimizer #advice #wordsofadvice

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11 days ago

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Nur Yunlu
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12 days ago

For the Midwest, the weather is getting cold, and the snow season is right around the corner, or already other states are snowing.

I didn’t mind commuting to work an hour and 30 minutes. After the covid pandemic hit us, taking the train or bus got hard because they were always delays, and it was stressful to arrive at work late. I’m not mentioning late-night crime on train stations. I was a witness that someone fell asleep on the train ( I guess he was drunk) and another guy took and robbed him of everything)

Last summer, I found a job at one of my favorite restaurants in my neighborhood. Since then, I have been working there, and the only walking distance is 5 minutes. I don’t have to deal with delayed trains or buses.

What is your experience commuting to your job? Would you prefer to cut the long commute? Please, share your opinion with a comment down below.

I’m inviting everybody to our new group, β€œRestaurant & Hospitality Superstars." Please, don’t forget to join this group.

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Ok, my work background is not being in the restaurant, but it's a vital question for anyone's job. So I come from a union workers perspective and we always go more than Union sends us, but working in the Union you make really good money but the really good benefits and an annuity in all the perks. So if we travel an hour or two we really don't care you go where the work is. In the restaurant business it all depends on what kind of work you do and the tips you make I'm not going to travel an hour to work at TGI Fridays but I will if I'm going to go work at a Ruth Chris see the difference it's all depends on what restaurant and then what kind of money you make.

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My Opinion, Yes I would drive during a snow Event... Only if my Vehicle is well Equipped for all weather Elements...

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Call Center Agent/Customer Service: Website / About the company / Job posting

Must Live in one of these states: PA, TX, NJ, KY, ID, AL, FL, TN, NC, GA, AZ, IL, MS, AR

NOTE: Job Type: Contract

Salary: $14.00 per hour

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  • 8-hour shift

Work Location: Remote**

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  • USB HEADSET REQUIRED
  • Must have a computer or laptop with Windows or Mac, Chromebooks do not work.
  • No equipment is provided, must have your own working equipment.
  • Must have stable high-speed internet.
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