While I was chatting it up with one of my Towson delivery men last week, he told me they were hiring drivers and managers. It made me think with the job market going down the drain, how is the food delivery market holding up? I ventured online and the amount of food delivery jobs available amazed me! Snagajob alone had eight openings in Towson and Baltimore for just Domino's. I took it a step further and searched "cook" and found 2,674 jobs available. I also searched "server" and found 1, 010 jobs available.
Why do you think this is? It could be an indicator that ordering food is so convenient, it takes the factor of spending money (in this "saving money" time) out of the equation. The amount of food-related jobs available has to be directly connected to the amoubnt of business theyre doing. If you think about it, it's very rare that a student or a busy professional would pack a lunch. So that leaves buying food, and we all know there is nothing better than having good food brought to you. It is a concensus, having food brought to you makes it taste better.
So, which do Americans love more, food or money? -that should be a million dollar question!