Sitting at a food court or checking out shopping stuff at an outlet, the first person to greet you is the line server. Yes, your ultimate guide to a product line, menu, and all the information you want to know about offered products and services. They are the ones who do most of the negotiating with customers and can be considered a front-end spokesperson.
As you don't require much technical knowledge to fulfil your job duties, you are eligible for this job after graduating from college or school. This means completing your primary education and using your interpersonal skills, and you can earn $11.79 per hour by being a line server. You will also come across line servers in hospitals, cafeterias, airlines, and all such establishments.
Whether dealing online or being physically there, you have to answer your client/customer's multiple questions. And in order to do this for 43 hours within a week, you must have good stamina, physical strength, and a positive attitude.