Better to go to bartending school or not? ?!

Question: Better to go to bartending school or not!? !?
Do owners like it better if you go to bar tending school or not!. Or do they prefer you start at the bottom as a bar back and work your way upWww@FoodAQ@Com

I went to the Texas School of Bartenders-Austin !. They have been around for a long time !. All I can say is they hooked me up with 4 interviews while I was still in class !. I finished my training with them 2 weeks ago August 8th and am working at Carlos and Charlies !. There will be some people that tell you to barback and not to go to school !. They did it to me !. There is no way I could have learned what I did barbacking !. I would not have the job I have either !. Call up Jim Shearer or the instructor Malibu McMeill !. They are real cool and know what they are doing !.!.!.!. Jeff clayWww@FoodAQ@Com

If that's the type of job you intend of having for a long time then you should! In a big city with many popular bars n pubs you can make a lot of money!. But you will live in the night life, if your serious it would b good to have that under your belt! If you are in a small town it probably wouldn't matter, you won't make that much!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

i live in Southern california!.!. and i notice most bartenders (men and women) dont go to school!.!.

i would say you start at the bottom!.!. and study your IBA drinks!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Go to Bartending school!.2 reasons!. learn the trade and get a job before you even graduate!. 1 warning!. It don't pay unless you is a pretty boy and can draw tips!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Is suggest not since some of the people get really drunk and often fight and, you might get caught in one if you ever be a bartender!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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