I was assigned to work in an urban center where there were numerous restaurants and fast food food service businesses. It was one of those jobs where
I was assigned to work in an urban center where there were numerous restaurants and fast food food service businesses. It was one of those jobs where I was required to interact with people, and I felt I was expected to be helpful and friendly to those people. I was constantly asking directions to people’s locations and helping with getting menus and asking for any tips or recommendations.
The thing is, if you are an urban center, then the city in which you live likely isn’t a big city. The city is pretty much a collection of all the people who live in it. So instead of asking directions to people and helping with menus and tips, you might be a janitor or clerk or something. There is really only one place in the city that is the location of a restaurant, and that is the restaurant itself.
You could easily argue that the food industry is also a service industry. It’s not about ordering a meal and sitting down, it’s about you and others working together in a restaurant to make sure everyone gets a good meal. However, with food being such a big part of the economy, it’s not a job that’s often listed on the local employment site.
The food industry is a little more complicated than that, as it involves many more people than just you and your friends. However, its basically the same thing as a janitor. You have to clean up after your friends, order takeout, and generally just make sure the place is tidy.
I don’t really know much about the food industry. I can see that its a job that most people would like to get one day, but its not listed as one of the most common jobs on this site, either. I guess it depends on your skill level and how much responsibility is expected of you.