Surviving expenses by working in food joints
Food chain joints in general are customer centric yet a fast-paced environment. This is a perfect go for students and interns to make a few dollars for their financial expenses and to cover the cost of living in US. There is a huge market for young people in US for Taco Bell jobs, Burger King jobs, Domino’s Pizza, Subway, KFC, Wendy’s, Chick Fil and many more. And with the increasing number of outlets across the country, the career space has exponentially widened with plethora of opportunities for these young students to pursue part-time or interns.
Essentially these jobs fall into the space of food preparation and guest service with a very few opportunities in the corporate per se. However Apart from the regular jobs, the new age opportunities are a rage such as marketing, digital innovation, IT and consumer insights with innovative intern openings that one may not have heard of in our everyday lives. Many of these jobs may not be that interesting such as servers, bartenders, cook yet it is rewarding in terms of financial benefits and flexibility allowing students to carry on their regular functions. In a nutshell, all international students may not get government sponsored financial aid and this is where covering expenses needs additional income. And so, these part-time jobs in Taco Bell, Subway, KFC, Wendy’s are the best means to meet all your financial needs and help you pay your additional bills. And since most of the universities in US are well surrounded by these food joints, getting one is relatively easy. You may also choose to apply for the part-time or intern position in person or simply take the online approach through the recruitment pages available. And with a plethora of internship options in the space of HR, marketing, product development, nutrition, you will never run out of opportunities. Also, some of these food chains offer a payment, sometimes a tuition assistance program making it a great go. In a way, these experiences gives you an edge in learning different facets of work in general.
If you look at the brighter side of the story, you end up paying a good amount of education expenses including tuition fees, term fees and the list goes on.