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Job Summary

My primary job as a Barista is to make my customers a delicious cup of coffee or tea. I also help clean, stock shelves, and run the register. For me, working the bar and making drinks is what I love most.


Bre's Career Path

I won't be a barista forever. This is just what I've done through high school and now college for income.

I'm currently working on a degree in business. Who knows, maybe I'll end up opening my own coffee shop in the future.


Hard Skills

  • Brewing

  • Following a Recipe

  • Cash Register

  • Baking




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Soft Skills

  • Teamwork

  • Communication

  • Customer Service

  • Flexibility


Work/Life Balance

I only work 20 hours most weeks, so "balance" is rarely an issue. That said, I can think of a few weeks in the past where both school and work were busy. When things do get hectic, I prioritize school and typically reach out to a co-worker to get a shift covered. I do the same for them as often as possible.

Also, there have been times when the shop is very busy at the end of my shift, and the manager asks me to work later than scheduled. I usually don't mind, but it is something to be prepared to manage.



According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national estimate (US) for Food Preparation Workers is $22,730 annually (median). National wage estimates by percentile:

  • $17,770

    10th Percentile

  • $19,580

    25th Percentile

  • $26,880

    75th Percentile

  • $32,130

    90th Percentile