Working as a server was never dull and the people that came through the doors were always varied. The hours were long and my feet hurt but the pay, tips, were outstanding. I would typically make 15 to 30 dollars an hour. Occasionally I would double those numbers. I would meet and greet, seat, take the order, input the order into the kiosk, pickup the order, and serve the order. Now, multiply that by 6, depending on my section, and that's a normal shift. Then I would break down my section, roll silverware, and hand off to the next waitstaff unless I was training. Then I would work another 3 to 4 hours. I would also travel to different locations to train wait staff, or just pitch in if they were short handed.