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Chinese scientists have found that low-paying jobs with a high workload, such as waitressing, leave employees at far greater risk from heart problems and 58% more likely to suffer a stroke, reports The Telegraph.
Gillian Anderson is starring in two TV series (NBC's "Hannibal" and Netflix's "The Fall"), and just published her first novel, the supernatural thriller "A Vision of Fire." Back in 1991, she was just as good at multitasking when, waitressing at three restaurants, she was cast in off-Broadway play "Absent Friends" at City Center Stage--and earned her first review in Variety.
One alleged victim claimed the entertainer had grabbed her bottom when she was waitressing at an event there in 1975.
But there's no money in teaching school, and there was in waitressing. Not an awful lot, but enough to cover her rent and all.
Her mother, Elizabeth Prichard, said her daughter had been feeling much happier and had two jobs - at Cathedral House Hotel and the Halfway Pub, both on Cathedral Road, Cardiff - waitressing and cleaning.
Given her background in hospitality back home, she secured work experience waitressing and cleaning at The Quay.
According to the New York Post, however, Cole eventually rose from her waitressing position to being a bartender, a manager trainer and ultimately an executive vice president at the bawdy restaurant chain, with Hooters asking her to open franchises around the world.
DECIDING to work the monochrome fashion trend I arrived in the office last week looking whip-smart in a black and white ensemble By the end of the day I'd been asked three times - by different people - whether I was applying for a waitressing job.
Away from their studies, both Mel and Hollie also worked in the same jobs, waitressing at Newcastle Civic Centre and helping the university's student recruitment teams, as well as helping with the Newcastle United Foundation.
Reminiscing about her pre-fame days, Lady Gaga said used to do waitressing and used drugs.
She moved to New York for a short time before moving to Boston where she worked at a local shipyard and was waitressing when she met her future husband.
Her family recently established a new on-farm restaurant, Sgubor Teile, which Sara supports by cooking and waitressing when she can.
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