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  • Baggage porters and bellhops handle luggage for travelers at transportation terminals or for guests at hotels.
  • Baggage porters and bellhops handle luggage for travelers at transportation terminals or for guests at hotels.
  • Food service worker supervisors direct and oversee the work of staff who prepare and serve food.
  • Bartenders prepare and serve drinks to customers in bars and restaurants.
  • Buspersons clear dishes, refill drinks, and keep the dining area neat.
  • Bartenders prepare and serve drinks to customers in bars and restaurants.
  • Professional athletes compete in athletic events as members of a team or as individuals.
  • Professional athletes compete in athletic events as members of a team or as individuals.
  • Baggage porters and bellhops handle luggage for travelers at transportation terminals or for guests at hotels.
  • Buspersons clear dishes, refill drinks, and keep the dining area neat.
  • Buspersons clear dishes, refill drinks, and keep the dining area neat.
  • Food service worker supervisors direct and oversee the work of staff who prepare and serve food.
  • Recreation workers organize and lead leisure activities.
  • Casino gaming workers exchange money, monitor activities, or conduct games such as poker or keno.
  • Casino gaming workers exchange money, monitor activities, or conduct games such as poker or keno.
  • Caterers prepare food for parties, events, and conventions. They manage the preparation, cooking, delivery, and serving of the food at the event.
  • Chefs and dinner cooks measure, mix, and cook food according to recipes.
  • Counter attendants work at counters in coffee shops and small restaurants. They also work in cafeterias.
  • Short-order cooks prepare food in restaurants that emphasize fast service.
  • Concierges make travel and entertainment arrangements for hotel guests.
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    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Counter attendants work at counters in coffee shops and small restaurants. They also work in cafeterias.
  • Craft brewers oversee the production and packaging of unique beer.
  • Janitor and housekeeper supervisors oversee the work of cleaning staff.
  • Casino gaming workers exchange money, monitor activities, or conduct games such as poker or keno.
  • Buspersons clear dishes, refill drinks, and keep the dining area neat.
  • Restaurant hosts greet customers and escort them to tables.
  • Chefs and dinner cooks measure, mix, and cook food according to recipes.
  • Bartenders prepare and serve drinks to customers in bars and restaurants.
  • Chefs and dinner cooks measure, mix, and cook food according to recipes.
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    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Fast food cooks prepare food for customers at fast food restaurants.
  • Counter attendants work at counters in coffee shops and small restaurants. They also work in cafeterias.
  • Food service worker supervisors direct and oversee the work of staff who prepare and serve food.
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    Restaurant managers plan and direct the activities of places that serve food and beverages.
  • Recreation guides organize and conduct hunting, fishing, rafting, or similar trips in scenic and wilderness areas.
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    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Food preparation workers get food ready for cooking or serving.
  • Waiters and waitresses serve food in restaurants and other dining establishments.
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    Restaurant managers plan and direct the activities of places that serve food and beverages.
  • Food service worker supervisors direct and oversee the work of staff who prepare and serve food.
  • Professional athletes compete in athletic events as members of a team or as individuals.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
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    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Short-order cooks prepare food in restaurants that emphasize fast service.
  • Casino gaming workers exchange money, monitor activities, or conduct games such as poker or keno.
  • Reservation and ticket agents make and confirm reservations and sell travel tickets.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
  • Restaurant hosts greet customers and escort them to tables.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
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    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Restaurant hosts greet customers and escort them to tables.
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    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
  • Reservation and ticket agents make and confirm reservations and sell travel tickets.
  • Janitor and housekeeper supervisors oversee the work of cleaning staff.
  • Maids and housekeepers clean rooms at hotels, motels, and hospitals.
  • Recreation guides organize and conduct hunting, fishing, rafting, or similar trips in scenic and wilderness areas.
  • Janitor and housekeeper supervisors oversee the work of cleaning staff.
  • Kitchen helpers assist chefs or head cooks with less-skilled tasks in kitchens.
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    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Baggage porters and bellhops handle luggage for travelers at transportation terminals or for guests at hotels.
  • Janitor and housekeeper supervisors oversee the work of cleaning staff.
  • Maids and housekeepers clean rooms at hotels, motels, and hospitals.
  • Restaurant hosts greet customers and escort them to tables.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
  • demand occupation icon
    Hotel and motel managers make sure guests receive good service.
  • Casino gaming workers exchange money, monitor activities, or conduct games such as poker or keno.
  • Baggage porters and bellhops handle luggage for travelers at transportation terminals or for guests at hotels.
  • Professional athletes compete in athletic events as members of a team or as individuals.
  • Recreation guides organize and conduct hunting, fishing, rafting, or similar trips in scenic and wilderness areas.
  • Recreation attendants keep things running smoothly at places where people go to have fun.
  • Recreation guides organize and conduct hunting, fishing, rafting, or similar trips in scenic and wilderness areas.
  • Recreation workers organize and lead leisure activities.
  • Umpires and referees observe players and regulate the play of sports events.
  • Reservation and ticket agents make and confirm reservations and sell travel tickets.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
  • Restaurant hosts greet customers and escort them to tables.
  • demand occupation icon
    Restaurant managers plan and direct the activities of places that serve food and beverages.
  • Janitor and housekeeper supervisors oversee the work of cleaning staff.
  • Maids and housekeepers clean rooms at hotels, motels, and hospitals.
  • Waiters and waitresses serve food in restaurants and other dining establishments.
  • Short-order cooks prepare food in restaurants that emphasize fast service.
  • Tour guides develop and oversee activities for groups of tourists or visitors.
  • Baggage porters and bellhops handle luggage for travelers at transportation terminals or for guests at hotels.
  • Casino gaming workers exchange money, monitor activities, or conduct games such as poker or keno.
  • Professional athletes compete in athletic events as members of a team or as individuals.
  • Bartenders prepare and serve drinks to customers in bars and restaurants.
  • Professional athletes compete in athletic events as members of a team or as individuals.
  • Reservation and ticket agents make and confirm reservations and sell travel tickets.
  • Tour guides develop and oversee activities for groups of tourists or visitors.
  • Travel agents plan trips and make travel arrangements for their clients.
  • Reservation and ticket agents make and confirm reservations and sell travel tickets.
  • Travel agents plan trips and make travel arrangements for their clients.
  • Recreation guides organize and conduct hunting, fishing, rafting, or similar trips in scenic and wilderness areas.
  • Umpires and referees observe players and regulate the play of sports events.
  • Waiters and waitresses serve food in restaurants and other dining establishments.
  • Wedding planners work with couples who are about to be married. A wedding planner helps couples organize and coordinate the events of their wedding day.

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