waiterhood

waiterhood

(ˈweɪtəˌhʊd)
n
the state of being a waiter
References in classic literature ?
There was an innocent young waiter of a slender form and with weakish legs, as yet unversed in the wiles of waiterhood, and but too evidently of a romantic temperament, and deeply (it were not too much to add hopelessly) in love with some young female not aware of his merit.