Despite 10 years of restaurant management experience and 23 total years in the industry, Daniel Colangelo struggled to find work after losing his job when the Morton’s The Steakhouse in Southfield, Mich., closed last June. After six months, Colangelo did something he never thought he’d do — he made a video of himself and posted it on an industry recruiter’s website. That led to three job offers, one of which he accepted six weeks later. “The market now is just ...
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