February 24, 2014
There are many jobs out there that people put there own lives in danger in order to protect other people. These jobs maybe the Army, Police office, and, maybe even a security guard at a elementary school to protect kids from harm. My job is far less dangerous from being a soldier in the army; it’s all about helping other people out and being nice to others. Where I work is at the Bellport country club as a waiter, where you have to serve people food, get them drinks, and most of all be respectful. Being a waiter is something more then just doing what others demand but it’s about being respectful and helping the customer, even small jobs are important.
Being a waiter can be stressful but it’s all worth it in the end. First working at the country club there could be a lot to learn and when you have a lot to learn there are a lot of mistakes made, when mistakes are made you could get yelled at by the bosses. Like learning on what your job is, which is clearing tables with dirty plates, taking orders, and even what glasses go in which container so the dishwashers can wash them. One time I did the littlest mistake like not putting the chair perfectly aligned with the chair adjacent to it. My most strict boss spotted it from a mile away and yelled “CHRIS! Do you see something wrong with this chair?” I not knowing what I did wrong stupidly said, “No I don’t see anything wrong” My boss then goes on a whole rant on how the customer would be unsatisfied with the seating and how it would look bad on the country club. Other than my one strict boss my other two are the greatest people you will meet they are laidback and love to have conversation about life. The people I work with are great also after working there for two years you become good friends with your fellow co-workers. The work environment its self is pretty stressful, working the actual party is very...