NRA: Foodservice Jobs Continue to Rally as Middle-Class Opportunities Expand
The National Restaurant Association recently reported on the state of employment in their industry, with some surprising results.
The key takeaways from their reports were that while the restaurant industry remains one of the most popular for Americans entering the workforce, there’s also great growth as the field experiences an increase in middle-class job creation. Unsurprisingly, restaurant employees have a high rate of turnover between the high seasonality and large population of student workers.
One in three American adults got their first job in...
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