Dishwashers clean dishes, food preparation equipment and the kitchen. Dishwashers work at restaurants, conference centers, pubs etc. Little or no previous work-related skill, knowledge, or experience is needed for this occupation. Dishwashing usually does not have educational requirements, although a high school degree or equivalent may be required.
Sweep and mop kitchen floors
Wash dishes, glassware, flatware, pots, using dishwashers or by hand
Keep the dish machine clean and report any functional and mechanical problems
Sort and remove trash
Clean or prepare different foods for cooking or serving
Receive and store supplies
Clean garbage cans with water or steam
Set up banquet tables
Median pay for Dishwashers in the US is around $8.77 per hour. The income range spans the entire spectrum between $7.41 per hour and $10.48. The most influential factor affecting pay for this group is residence, though the specific employer and tenure have a (lesser) impact as well. Men make up the vast majority of Dishwashers.
Complete attention to what other people are saying
Good time management
The ability to quickly move your hands
The capability to see details at close range
The ability to keep your hands and arms steady