The U.S. restaurant industry is in the midst of a growth period, which is reflected in the expansion of several chains.
In Saginaw County, Michigan, the second Culver's restaurant opened its doors in March 2013. According to WNEM, the business' operators are actively searching for talented culinary professionals to add to their staff.
"We're proud to offer employment opportunities to [more] people who will help us deliver Culver's brand of friendly hospitality, high-quality food and service with a smile," Culver's franchisee Aly Merchant told the news source.
Chuy's, a restaurant chain that specializes in Tex-Mex dishes, is opening its first Florida location this month. The Orlando Business Journal notes that the new destination will hire full- and part-time employees, including kitchen staff members and servers, in the near future.
Additionally, the National Restaurant Association points out that U.S. eateries created 3.4 percent more jobs last year, and the restaurant industry could expand in 2013 if more business operators invest in their establishments' everyday operations.
Restaurants provide significant support to the national economy, and eateries that offer quality cuisine and reliable service could become popular spots for diners. Meanwhile, restaurateurs could hire skilled professionals to help their establishments stand out in a highly competitive market.
Content provided by executive search organization, MRINetwork.