This article does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the editors and management of Nation’s Restaurant News. For many people — including myself and others reading this column — washing dishes or waiting tables at a restaurant has been a stepping stone to industry management. And for the one-third of all adults who held their first job in a restaurant, it’s been a pathway to bigger and better things. But a loud and vocal minority begs to differ. Earlier ...
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