Mano, D. Keith
September 1982
National Review;9/3/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 17, p1097
The article focuses on the life of the waitresses in the United States. The take home-pay of a waitress is higher than her salary. However, being a waitress is one of the most dangerous and hardest jobs. The waitress should make the customers happy with her services. She should be dressed subtly in order to attract more customers.


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