Lack of a social life is one of the most common complaints you will hear from 9 to 5ers all over the world. It can be hard to make friends at work, specially if your job involves sitting endless hours in front of a computer screen. Bartending is a great option for all of those yearning for a more exciting social life. The best part is you don't have to do it on a full time basis (even a couple shifts on weekends will multiply your social exposure by 10) and that unlike a hobby, you will get paid to do it.
But how exactly does bartending help you improve your social life? Well, first of all you will be deeply involved in team work. Bartenders cannot work isolated since they heavily depend on cooperating with other co workers to make the bar run smoothly. And we are not talking only about bartenders, you will have bar backs, servers, cooks, and even DJ's and security staff, all working together to make the magic happen. Even better, most of these coworkers are attractive, outgoing people and you can't help but make friends with many of them. Then we have the guests. You will receive both their praises and their complaints when things are not working. You are in charge of their experience and this will force you to get out of your shell and interact with them. You will be forced to hold a hundred short conversations throughout the night. You will receive compliments and proposals and you will have to learn to politely wave them off to focus on your work. If you are shy.... well that belongs to the past because bartending will turn you into a whole new social person.
So if you are fed up of the same routine, get up your seat, sign up for our iPour Online Bartender Training and be ready in one week to get that job and start living a life you enjoy.