Serve food to individuals outside of a restaurant environment, such as in hotel rooms, hospital rooms, residential care facilities, or cars.
Sample of reported job titles: Dietary Aide, Food Service Worker, Server, Dietary Assistant, Room Server, Tray Server, Food Server, Food Service Assistant, Room Service Server
New Hampshire Outlook
Top industries in NH for this occupation:
Education and Training
These workers usually do not require training beyond a short demonstration. Work activities are normally specific to the establishment in which Food Servers are employed.
Interests (Holland Code): SRE
Career Cluster: Hospitality and Tourism
Food and beverage serving and related workers are employed in restaurants, schools, hospitals, cafeterias, and other dining places. The majority work part time, which often includes early mornings, late evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Additional Information Sources**
US Department of Agriculture, National Agriculture Library
Food Service Associations and Organizations
To Find a Job
Contact the nearest NH Employment Security office or go online to www.nhes.nh.gov
* New Hampshire Occupational Employment and Wages, September 2012. Wage estimates based on surveys through May 2011, adjusted to June 2012.
** Inclusion of this information is intended to provide a convenient resource for research, but in no way constitutes an endorsement for any organization; nor is the list all-inclusive.
NH Employment Projections, base year 2010 to projected year 2020
Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010, Bureau of Labor Statistics
For more information:
Economic and Labor Market Information Bureau
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