Nightclub jobs include those of bartender, waiter, waitress, bouncer, doorman, driver, dancer, server, host and hostess. Read some of the latest stories regarding jobs in the nightlife industry.
Five Questions for a San Diego Startup: Industry - Times of San Diego
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Times of San DiegoFive Questions for a San Diego Startup: IndustryTimes of San DiegoLiving downtown, a restaurant or bar job seemed like the logical choice. I was rejected by 10 different restaurants for “lack of experience” and one manager said I wa ...
If you are having a hard time finding a nightclub, bar or restaurant job, it might be because traditional job postings do not reveal the things that are important to you, such as hours, company culture and pay. The article above is about a new website that is for the night life employment industry. Although they are only in one city now, they plan to become a nationwide resource.
Queensland forges ahead with planned nightclub lockout laws - 9news.com.au
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9news.com.auQueensland forges ahead with planned nightclub lockout laws9news.com.auQueensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk is pushing ahead with plans for a 1am nightclub lockout law, despite claims it will cripple the state's entertainment industry ...
What if your city or state decided to lock the doors of your favorite bar at 1 a.m and stopped selling hard liquor after a certain hour? Might violence and drunk driving be reduced? The opposers of such a law say it would affect jobs and the livelihood of businesses.
Mr. Downtown shares the ins and outs of a nightclub doorman - Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Minneapolis Star TribuneMr. Downtown shares the ins and outs of a nightclub doormanMinneapolis Star TribuneThough his children are now adults, the 56-year-old balanced being a “soccer dad” while working weekend nights. Between his two jobs, Webster c ...
People come to our website, Work at Night, looking for night jobs. This report, by the Minneapolis Star Tribune, is an interview with a fellow who is a doorman, security bouncer, greeter, and customer service expert. Essentially, he watches over who he lets into a restaurant/club. He works 6 nights a week on the 3rd shift. His background for the position is interesting.