Balancing School and Work
Juggling work and school, finding time for having fun, and liking what someone does, these are some of the problems that plague young adults today. If a person that fits those requirements is looking for a little extra income, this writer knows just what the doctor ordered. Working as a waiter is a very fulfilling job, especially for a young adult student. With flexible hours and uniforms, decent pay, and working in a fun atmospherewith many different types of people, being a waiter is an excellent job for a student.
Being a waiter at a trendy restaurant is like being a host at a party, making money all the while.If a young adult have a difficult time trying to find time to do their homework and other things like partying, being a waiter is very convenient. Most restaurants offer flexible hours in which one only has to work five to six hour shifts. Waiters can also request what type of schedule they would like to work. Most restaurants' waiter staff is usually comprised of college and high school students, thus, they are more than likely willing to schedule you conveniently around classes. Plus, most nights, waiters will be out in time to do homework and other important things.Another thing, which might seem menial, is the casual guidelines for uniforms in most places.
A lot of restaurants allow waiters to wear regular blue jeans and the restaurant's tee shirt to work. This might not seem like a big deal, but when one gets out of class and have to be at work in fifteen minutes, changing shirts is a lot easier than having to go home and put on a real uniform. Also, when a waiter has all this cash in their pocket after work and home is twenty minutes away, it is very convenient to not have to go all the way home to change completely before going out for the evening.Working at a restaurant is also a very laid-back occupation. Not very many jobs enables an employee to interact with so many different people.
In a restaurant environment, every person's job is interrelated with someone else's, and in that way, everybody relies on one another. By doing this, the staff tends to bond together. Eventually, a new employee will be buddies with the people they...