I have been working at Outback Steakhouse full-time
+The menu is expansive and easy to sell.
+The menu's prices and up-selling potential helps generate large tips.
+In the dining room, the hours and work required is quite reasonable.
+While working in the kitchen is difficult, its volume and prep-work can prepare someone for virtually any kind of restaurant.
-The menu is expansive and difficult to prep food for in the kitchen.
-Not all Outback kitchens are created equal as there are size issues as well as a disproportionate amount of side-work for some employees in the kitchen.
-The hours and work involved can be very taxing in the kitchen and is compounded by a clear difference in overall pay between those in the kitchen and those in the dining room.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Outback Steakhouse (Jacksonville, FL) in October 2017.
I spoke with one manager he said he liked me and I spoke with another he said he wanted to check my references and called me an hour later saying I got the job
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