Food Service Worker Supervisors
Wages & Outlook
Wages vary by employer and the supervisor's level of responsibility.
Full-time supervisors usually receive benefits. These usually include paid vacation, sick leave, and health insurance. Supervisors who work part time may not receive benefits.
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In Minnesota, about 16,467 food service worker supervisors work in this large occupation.
- Fast food restaurants
- Full service restaurants
The number of eating and drinking establishments opening is expected to decline. This will limit the need for food service worker supervisors. However, opportunities will emerge in grocery stores and other retail and recreation industries to meet the growing demand for quick food in a variety of settings.
Job opportunities for food service worker supervisors are expected to be highly competitive. Most openings will result from the need to replace supervisors who retire or transfer to other occupations.
Employment of food service worker supervisors is sensitive to the state of the economy. When the economy is strong, people have money to dine out. In contrast, when it is weak, people tend not to dine out as much.
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