As career paths go, the restaurant industry historically has been seen as the bridge to nowhere. While the facts donâ€™t support this premise, the perception remains fixed in the minds of far too many Americans.Changing perceptions is easier said than done, especially when the media, late-night comedians, movies and politicians regularly reinforce the â€śburger flipperâ€ť stereotype. As part of its ambitious five-year plan, the National Restaurant Association and its reconfigured ...
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