Mar 20, 2023

Edpuzzle: Where Have All The Servers Gone?

Can restaurants survive the changing labor market? Learn what goes in to the price of dining out.

We know many industries were hit hard during "The Great Resignation," but the restaurant industry was dealt a particularly bad blow. This video from TwoCents titled "Where Have All The Servers Gone?" details many of the factors that have contributed to the disproportionate struggles in the food service industry and looks at some of the many ways restaurant owners and workers are responding to the changing labor market.



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About the Author

Dan Rolando

Always enamored with learning, Dan’s parents affectionately nicknamed him “The Sponge” as a kid. After earning his Engineering Master’s from NC State University followed by six years of teaching, Dan joins NGPF to pursue his passion of inspiring financial capability in anyone who will listen. Having navigated seven years of higher education debt-free through scholarships, work, creative budgeting, and a whole lot of help, he recognizes the freedom that comes from financial independence and hopes to share that gift with others. In the (rare) times he’s not discussing finance, Dan enjoys running, reading, playing board games, spending time with his daughter, and being sous chef for his wife.

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