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Line workers work behind the scenes in eating establishments. They work in busy kitchens where their main responsibility is getting the plates ready to be plated and served to customers in the restaurant. Line workers are typically hired to help out in large, busy kitchens where every employee has a very specific job.
This is an entry level job. There are no minimum qualification requirements. However, some work experience will help you grasp the nuances of the role and learn to work quickly and efficiently, which is a crucial requirement of the job. The best way to acquire the necessary experience and speed is by working as an apprentice in a kitchen.
Your interviewer will most likely ask you questions about your work experience to assess whether or not you can handle the requirements of the job. They will want to know details of the size of kitchen you've worked and what jobs you handled during that time. Check out mock questions to know some more about what questions to expect at your line worker interview.