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I’ve found a job entry level for restaurant owner. This particular job listing is good for me because my major is in business management and in the future to own a restaurant and bakery. This entry-level position will help me to better understand the business world and how to deal with customers on a personal level. I think this position is good for me because I love cooking and preparing foods for people. I love the fact that the job requires team players and a people’s person. The entry level position offers training for customer service for employees on a bi-weekly basics so that the other employees are on the same page. Motivation was another good thing for me because that’s like the bundle of the job, you need motivation to work at business it shows that you want to be there and that you take pride in what you do like respecting your co-workers treating everyone with respect. Customer service is very important because you’re dealing with all different types of peoples and learning how to be professional when answering question, engaging in conversation but to listening also. Team work is also important because in order to get things done you need a good team. You need a good team to help you get the job done in a timely manner. Every customer, employer and employees love to see team work it gives you an insight of how the company maintain it business and employees working…...

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