Posted August 11, 2006 by

Can Entry-Level Restaurant Jobs Be Any More Scrumptious?

All you creative cookers out there, or aspiring cookers, or those who just like to be around food, fret no more: with the simple click of a button and some spare time you can make all your dreams come true. Those entry-level restaurant jobs you’ve been salivating over are ready, or is it ripe, for the taking. I want to introduce you to a superb site that has everything you need to get the foot-in-the-door and it’s called Hcareers. It provides all anyone ever needs to find restaurant jobs, retail jobs, and hospitality jobs. Just click on the appropriate link (restaurant jobs) and then an entire list of restaurants pops up, you can click on one icon to find out more about the company and where the employment opportunities are located. If you change your mind and decide that food is not for you, you still have two other links to peruse—what is better than that? For the inclined person, create a member profile, post your resume and be “the first to know” about job opportunities by getting information sent to your email address. Who doesn’t love that?
For those adventure lovers check out Hcareers in Canada, the UK and Ireland.
There is also hospitalityonline.com, foodservice.com/employment, hotelrestaurantjobs.com, finediningjobs.com, foodwork.com…as you can see the list is quite extensive. My personal favorites are hospitalityonline.com and foodwork.com as they seem to be the easiest to navigate, provide the most amount of information on the employers, and the specific jobs available, and even subcategories of fastfood, restaurant or kitchen jobs (foodwork.com).
In my opinion the more specific the better and the more extensive the search the more opportunities one will have access to. Both sites provide contact information for the companies and even salary estimates. Hospitalityonline.com is a bit more extensive in what the requirements and specifications are for jobs and adds a nice touch by including detailed specs on the company in question.
So go eat!

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