Managers of upscale restaurants pull in the highest starting salaries while their quickservice colleagues earn the least

Managers of upscale restaurants pull in the highest starting salaries, while their quick-service colleagues earn the least.

Restaurant manager salaries: How does yours stack up?

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If you’re a man hired to manage a fine dining restaurant, you most likely sit at the top of the starting salary scale for restaurant g.m.s, at $65,000. You’re making out better than women doing the same job (whose starting pay averages $61,575), but, on the other hand, your executive chef could be outearning you by about six percent ($69,250 is the average).

If you’re a woman running a quick-service outlet, your average starting salary of $43,391 puts you at the opposite end of

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