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The Mount Washington Diner on Feb. 14 when it was closed for training.

The Mount Washington Diner on Feb. 14 when it was closed for training.

The Mount Washington Diner on Feb. 14 when it was closed for training.

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Students (un)wanted.

The restaurant that is building off of a well-known dinner in Hillview is transitioning to Mount Washington and has not been hiring anyone over 20 and a day.

Students will have to look elsewhere in an already limited help wanted area. A student who used to work for Hillview Diner was recently transferred to the Mount Washington Diner due to understaffed circumstances. Employees who currently work there can explain the unusual closing times.

Job openings around Mount Washington are very scarce and with the opening of the new Mount Washington Diner students of Bullitt East hoped that there would be more jobs available.

With recent events of the diner closing earlier than expected due to lack of staff. The diner has gone back on their original decision to only hire people 20 and a day. The diner was closed from Saturday, Feb. 11 until Tuesday, Feb. 14.

Junior Nicholas Waldridge, a former employee of the Hillview Diner that was recently transferred to the Mount Washington Diner, has said that the restaurant was closed for the three days because they were “training more workers.”

“Everyone has been quitting recently and they need more people,” said Waldridge.

With the recent disregard of their original age limit of applicants maybe students at East will have a better shot of finding a job.

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