Presentation on theme: "Restaurant Manager Brooke & Tori. Training & Education Internships Real-life experience Training on the restaurants computer system Most have less than."— Presentation transcript:
Restaurant Manager Brooke & Tori
Training & Education Internships Real-life experience Training on the restaurants computer system Most have less than a bachelors degree or Trainees from 2- to 4-year college hospitality or food service management programs
Prospects for the Future Food service managers is expected to grow 5 percent or more slowly than the average for all occupations during the decade. Self-employment of these workers will generate 40% of new jobs
Salary Range Median Annual Wages- $46,320 The Middle 50%- $36,670- $59,580 Lowest 10%- less than $29,450 Highest 10%- more than 76,940
Positives and Negatives Many larger food service operations will provide or offer to pay for technical training Make your own hours Long-term commitment on the employees part and the employer and to the profession Can be very stressful
Questions 1. What training will you need? 2. How much education is required? 3. What percent is the job supposed to grow? 4. What is the salary? 5. What is a positive of the career? 6. What is a negative of the career?