Getting a Job in the Food Industry

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This is a great tool for high school classrooms, guidance or vocational offices, or personal libraries for parents who want to give their teens a head start in the work world. It is easy to read, has lively images, and offers checklists to help students prepare for their first job interview.


Hello everyone! I know you came to this site for African Americans of Chattanooga, so if you clicked on this book out of curiosity…thank you very much! This was my very first educational writer-for-hire title. I was thrilled when the publisher, Rosen Classroom, commissioned me to write it. I had heard great stories about using writer-for-hire commissions to cement your portfolio, so this was a “gift” for me. The idea was to pen a manual that would prepare high school students to leave the classroom and go straight into the work world. However, as a former educator myself, I didn’t just prepare them for “fast food” work; I was determined to add content that taught how to search for jobs, how to dress, how to stand out among the competition, and how to KEEP the job they just landed.

I suppose it’s no secret that I’m proud of this accomplishment.

Product details

Age Range: 12 – 17 years
Grade Level: 7 – 12
Series: Job Basics: Getting the Job You Need
Hardcover: 80 pages
Publisher: Rosen Classroom (July 15, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1448896061
ISBN-13: 978-1448896066
Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 0.4 x 9.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 12.8 ounces

If you have a teen who is nearing graduation and you want to help them get acclimated in the work world, this book is a great starting place.


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13: 978-1448896066


Rita Lorraine,

Rita Lorraine Hubbard


Rosen Publishing


2 reviews for Getting a Job in the Food Industry

  1. Firman

    Love this Book! Love it

  2. Darrell

    yes, Love it

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