Food Service Management By Jacob Goodwin

What do they do? Food service managers are in charge for the day by day operation of restaurants and other kinds of places that make and serve food and drinks (soda, water, tea, etc). They tell staff to make sure that customers are very happy with their time eating, and they manage the business to make sure that it is making enough money to keep the place going.

Work Environment Food service managers work in restaurants, hotels, school cafeterias, and other places like that where food is made and given out. They mostly work evenings, weekends, and holidays. The work can be tired some, and dealing with customers that are not very happy with their time at the restaurant can be stressful.

How to be come one Most people that want to become a Food Service Manager need a high school diploma and a few years of work experience in the food service industry. However, some may get some more training at a community college, culinary school, or at a 4-year college.

Pay  The wage for food service managers $48,690 per year and $23.41 per hour

Job Outlook The amount of people who are wanting to be a food service managers has been thought to grow up to 5 percent from 2014 to 2024. Those with many years of work experience in food service and a degree in restaurant, or food service management will have the best job.

State & Area Data The Occupational Employment Statistics program makes employment and wage estimates for over 800 occupations. These estimates are available for the nation as a whole, for individual states, and for cities and country side and small town areas.

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