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Old 04-07-2013, 07:04 AM
 
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that's RELOCATION! 20 something woman relocating to either del ray area of alexandria or arlington area. needs to work part time hospitality evenings. commuting to dc daily. safety comparisons, age demographics, nightlife for hospitality job? dependent on metro for commuting.

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Old 04-07-2013, 07:50 AM
 
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Budget? Do you have a car at all? hospitality? Define that..waitress? Just based on metro needs I would say Arlington. Delray is close the the metro, but you will have better access in Arlington, as well as nightlife.
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Old 04-07-2013, 08:58 AM
 
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Define that..waitress?
I think that term went out of style in about 1970, as has just about anything with "ess" on the end (Academy Awards excepted). Hospitality includes hotel work even including president of a major chain. Conrad Hilton and Bill Marriott had hospitality jobs, though I think they worked full time and during the day.
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Old 04-07-2013, 09:16 AM
 
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I think that term went out of style in about 1970, as has just about anything with "ess" on the end (Academy Awards excepted). Hospitality includes hotel work even including president of a major chain. Conrad Hilton and Bill Marriott had hospitality jobs, though I think they worked full time and during the day.
Well not to hijack the thread, but I was a waitress in 1987 or so, albeit not in the hotel industry. I do know that stewardess went out in favor flight attendant. And waitress/waiters are now servers, but for those of us outside of the hotel industry the term "hospitality" is vague. And back on topic, if in fact the hotel industry is where the OP needs access to, then the right location for them would be Arlington.
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