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Career ladder The steps a food service employee takes in moving from an unskilled job to a professional job
Commerical food service Prepares food for a profit
Food service industry Generally refers to establishments that prepare food for consumption away from home
Institutional food service Generally prepares food for a service, not for profit
Professional food service worker Person working in an occupation that recommends a college degree in food service, and has management level skills, knowledge and experience
Semi-skilled food service worker Person working in an occupation that requires a high school degree and completion of a food service program
Skilled food service worker Person working in an occupation that requires a high school degree, completion of a food service program and an intermediate level of working skills, knowlege, and experience
Unit An indivdual food service operation
Advantages of employment in food service Steady work, constant demand for new employees,available part time jobs,Opportunities for self-improvement
Disadvantages of employment in food service Hard physical labor,work pressure,inconvient work hours,dealing with the public
Ways to achieve job advancement Length of service, promotion from within, on the job training, recommendation from another employer, additional education
Created by: mlbevins