Posted: Sun Nov 28, 2004 6:13 am Post subject: Solution
Go to work for a major hotel. The hotel I work for pays a great hourly rate on top of having consistant shifs making good money. You do have to be willing to wait on a few tables near the bar, but that just means more tips. The best part is that most of these hotels, being corporate, have full benifits for full time bartenders. I have health, 401k, paid time off, etc. It's your best bet, especially with a child on the way. Go for it!
Joined: 22 Nov 2004 Posts: 66 Location: Houghton/Hancock MI
Posted: Mon Nov 29, 2004 8:36 am Post subject: thats good advice...
thanks i think ill check in to it i here there is a hotel in town where the head bartender thows bottle at other bartenders for fun hehehe i can catch well and do a couple tricks too:) _________________ Just cause customers don't expect it doesn't mean they don't deserve it.
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