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    You Do What? - I'm a Mixologist
by Joey Houghtaling and Tim Muma - Jan, 2014
There are countless clubs, bars and other establishments that serve a wide array of beverages. While all those places have bartenders, there’s a more unique position that brings more to the table. Joey Houghtaling is a mixologist, travelling the country and the world to lend his expertise in the world of alcohol. Joey discusses his career path with Tim Muma, why it works for him, and how to get involved if it’s something you’r...
 
    Moving Up the Ladder - Hardest Jobs to Fill: Restaurant Workers
by Eric Kaye, Tim Muma and Andrew Miller - Nov, 2012
We continue our series of episodes examining the "10 Hardest Jobs to Fill" (according to ManpowerGroup's research), as this program looks into the restaurant business and its efforts to hire cooks, chefs, hosts and servers that exemplify quality work. Eric Kaye, general manager of 8-Twelve MVP Bar & Grill, and Chef Andrew Miller explain to Tim Muma some of the main reasons "restaurant worker" is on this list - and it's not abo...
 
  4 Tips for Job Seeking Success in the Hospitality Industry
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Mar, 2012
The hospitality industry is undoubtedly one of the vastest that you’ll find. Whether you want to get into the casino business, manage hotels, or cook amazing meals in one of the top restaurants in the world, you’ll thrive with some level of education or training in hospitality. But what makes a job search in hospitality successful? How do you narrow down your job searches when there are so many from which to choose? The...
 
  Breaking Into the Hospitality Industry Requires the Right Resume
by Jessica Holbrook Hernandez - Sep, 2011
The hospitality industry is wonderfully vast, providing interested job seekers a wide array of professional options. Whether you’re looking to be an executive chef or a hotel accountant, there is something for you to do that you’ll love. Because there are so many opportunities for employment in hospitality, some think that it’s easier to enter this industry than others. In some respects, this may be true, depending on the...
 
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