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  1. Studies
    Food Service Ranks in Top-10 List of Unhealthiest JobsFemale restaurant workers are more likely to be depressed than women in any other career.
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    Ken Oringer Needs Someone ‘Strong, Passionate’Cool gig alert.
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    Study: Restaurants Treat Female Employees Even Worse Than They Treat DudeAs grueling as the work may be, it’s even worse for women.
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    Restaurant Workers Right Up There With Miners as Big SmokersThe CDC’s list of occupations that smoke the most is usually topped by roofers and bricklayers and such.
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    Your Server Is Probably StonedCHOW talks to a few servers who tend more to the pot than the coke while on the job.
  6. Eatiquette
    How Hard Is It to Be Nice to Nasty Restaurant Customers?Incredibly hard, apparently.
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    Should Restaurants Bother With Soft Openings Anymore?In the age of Yelp restaurants are forced to do more exclusive previews, or be on their game from the get-go.
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    Ozumo Maître d’ Is a SuperheroDirector of hospitality Mel Collins recently apprehended a pickpocket and saved a man’s life.
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    Helmand’s Owner Under Investigation by FedsMahmoud Karzai is the president of Afghanistan’s brother.
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    Bombet Sells Locals Sports BarNew owners mull different plans for the Pico Blvd. venue.
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    What It Takes to Work at Má PêcheCompulsive pointers need not apply.
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    How to Put Down a Fork: Inside Server Training at MentonThe high-end restaurant’s training is all about the details.
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    Amy Payne Leaves NoMI to be a WaitressAfter a kerfuffle over mistaken job identity, the NoMI assistant sommelier is out.
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    Those Darn Kids Take Over Le CirqueSirio Maccioni is displeased with the younger generation’s choices in footwear and beverages.
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    Fine-dining Restaurants About As Exclusive As You ExpectedIt’s easier for whites to wait tables at fancy restaurants. And even easier for those with accents.