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13Jun2013

Go Where the Jobs Are!

The U.S. economy changes faster than the New York Mets line-up , but there are sectors that seem to hold their own no matter what.  At the top of that list is the bar and restaurant business.   In the last quarter, over 38,000 NEW JOBS were added. In case that stat doesn’t mean anything
  • 13 Jun, 2013
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22Jul2012

Why Bartending Jobs are Secure, No Automation or Out Sourcing

The recent recession has made it difficult for many unemployed people to find jobs in their field. The one area where employment opportunities are growing are in the service industry. These type of jobs are difficult to automate or outsource abroad. This is especially true for bartenders. If someone at their local bar wants a
  • 22 Jul, 2012
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30May2012

Do You Need a Bartending License

Many people who want to bartender think all there is to bartending is opening a bottle of beer, pouring a shot and knowing a few jokes to entertain customers. Often they think that they can fake their way into a lucrative bartending job because they know a few drinks and have also been the bartender
  • 30 May, 2012
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23May2012

College Grads Go to Bartending School

With the prospects for many new college graduates dim, many are returning to school to become bartenders. According to Joe Bruno, director of American Bartenders School in New York, over 33 percent of our classes are now college grads. A bartender can earn $150 to $300 daily with salary and tips. This works out to
  • 23 May, 2012
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01May2012

NYC Bartending Job Opportunities

Bartending is one of the few jobs that are both mental and physical skills.  Bartender needs manual dexterity to handle bar tools, bottles and glassware.  Customer service skills are necessary because bartending is a service job and happy customers are more likely to leave a tip. A bartending job is highly desirable and can be
  • 1 May, 2012
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26Feb2012

Why Not All Bartender Jokes Are OK

When I was bartending in a local New Jersey bar one summer, I told a joke to a group of customers. The 2 customers I told the joke to laughed. A patron at the other end of the bar who had herd the bar told me that they were insulted by the joke and would
  • 26 Feb, 2012
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16Jan2012

How To Be a Good Bartender

It takes more than knowledge of mixology to be a successful bartender. Good customer service is a must because the majority of a bartender’s income will come from tips. Here are simple customer service rules that good bartenders practice every day. Always Have a Good Attitude When a bartender starts his shift and steps behind
  • 16 Jan, 2012
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27Dec2011

Hangover Cures

Best Hangover Advice One of the the most important things for a good bartender to know is how to cure a hangover.  Here at American Bartenders School this is an important part of our customer service training. Everyone has their favorite cure for the hangover and most of them have little or no validity. A
  • 27 Dec, 2011
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05Dec2011

Best Christmas Shots

It’s the holiday season and we bartenders have to work extra hard to keep Santa happy.   The instructor at American Bartenders School have come with these special shooter cocktail drink shot recipes.  These are some great shots that are easy and fun to make and guaranteed to put a smile on Santa’s face. Get out
  • 5 Dec, 2011
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01Dec2011

Top 10 Christmas Cocktails

Santa is coming and all you bartenders want to have a nice cocktail ready for him when he comes to visit you. These are some fun and easy to prepare cocktails for you to show off your bartending skills. Mexican Santa 1 oz. Tequila ½ oz. Kahlua 4 oz. hot chocolate Serve in mug  Down
  • 1 Dec, 2011
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