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FC: BARTENDER | TURNER PAISLEY
1: BARTENDER | TURNER PAISLEY
2: In this job you have many different tasks. Some include distributing food & beverages, taking drink orders, and buffing tables | JOB DESCRIPTION
3: Bartenders may work in large cities or small town pubs however the pay will vary.
4: EDUCATION & TRAINING | This job has no specific educational requirements. However you do need to be a high school graduate
5: This job needs little or no work experience, however you need to know how to mix various drinks
6: SALARY RANGE & BENEFITS | The average pay for a bartender is $8.54. Tips range between 10 & 20% of all earnings.
7: Private bartenders often get paid more than the traditional workers of public bars. Also bartenders in big cities get paid more.
8: JOB OUTLOOK | Being a bartender has an average employment rate. It is considered one of the most popular jobs to spring up after unemployment.
9: Bartenders usually work in bars, restaurants, and sometimes private employers.
10: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF HAVING THIS JOB | Being a bartender serves as a very good summer job, it has low pay but is good to raise a little money
11: This job has many job openings and this job has lenient hours so it is easy to maintain other jobs.
12: BIBLIOGRAPHY | Sources of information "Bartender" Virginia Career view. 2008. Virginia Department of Education. Web. 26 Sept. 2008 "Bartender" Occupational outlook handbook, 2008-09 Edition. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Web 26 Sept. 2008.
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