Bartenders mix and serve drinks to customers directly or through wait staff. Bartenders work in restaurants, bars, clubs, hotels, and other food service establishments. During busy hours, they are under pressure to serve customers quickly and efficiently. About half of all bartenders work full time, and they often must work late evenings, weekends, and holidays.

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