As career paths go, the restaurant industry historically has been seen as the bridge to nowhere. While the facts don‚Äôt 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 ‚Äúburger flipper‚ÄĚ stereotype. As part of its ambitious five-year plan, the National Restaurant Association and its reconfigured ...
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