How Long Could You Survive As A Bartender?

Think you've got what it takes to survive as a bartender? It's time to find out if slinging drinks is really your thing! Take these 10 questions and find out how long you'd last!

Question 1/10
How good are you at listening to people?
Great, I love chit chat!
I'm okay, but some people annoy me.
Not very good, to be honest.

Question 2/10
Does super-loud music bother you?
Nope, the louder the better!
It depends on the genre.
Always, I hate loud music.
Am I hungover?

Question 3/10
A customer is complaining about a drink. What do you do?
Offer to make them a new one on the house.
Make them a new one, but charge them for it.
Tell them that if it gets them drunk it's good.
Argue with them until they leave.

Question 4/10
How well do you handle drunk people?
Just fine if I know them and like them.
Not well at all, they're annoying.
Pretty well, I know how to diffuse a situation.

Question 5/10
When making a drink on the rocks, do you add ice first or last?
I don't know
Who wants a drink on rocks?

Question 6/10
What kind of drink is made with gin and vermouth?
Bloody Mary

Question 7/10
Have you ever worked as a server before?
Yes, and I loved it.
Yes, and I hated it.
Nope, first time.

Question 8/10
How comfortable are you in large crowds?
I love large crowds!
Big crowds tend to stress me out.
I can't stand being around people.
It depends on my mood.

Question 9/10
Are you an early bird or a night owl?
Early bird
Night owl
A mix of both

Question 10/10
If a drink has the word pink in it one of the ingredients is
Red in color
How should I know?
You could survive as a bartender for 10 years! Not only are you a walking encyclopedia of drinks and cocktails- but you're a true people person who loves to engage with others. You'll listen to anyone's story or woes while pouring a drink. Done and done!

10 Years
You could survive as a bartender for three years! Not only are you pretty keen on the classic cocktails and beverages that almost everyone loves, but you're a social butterfly who loves to mingle and talk to others. Sure, you might get tired of always living the night life, but for three years, it would be a lot of fun!

3 Years
You could survive as a bartender for one year! Though you might be a skillful drink maker and a true liquor connoisseur, you don't necessarily love being around other people night after night. Sure, you love a good dramatic tale, but the sob stories and endless array of drunk people would quickly get under your skin!

1 Year
You could survive as a bartender for 6 months! Okay, so bartending might not be the job for you. Sure, you could whip up a cocktail in a flash, but working late nights and being around all types of people isn't really your cup of tea. You might need to stick to a day job instead!

6 Months
You could survive as a bartender for around two weeks! Bartending simply isn't for you. Mixing drinks, engaging with others, and working weird hours? Not exactly in your wheelhouse. You'd much prefer a quiet job where you can be on your own.

2 Weeks