Enjoying a career in the culinary arts industry could mean fusing your passion for food with a rewarding career as a chef or cook.(2) Graduates of culinary arts associate's degree programs may go on to work as chefs, head cooks, food service managers, restaurateurs, and more.
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job opportunities for serving supervisors and food preparation specialists are expected to be good, projecting a 6 percent growth between 2008 and 2018.
During the same time period, jobs for food service managers are expected to grow 5 percent. This is slower than the average for all occupations, but workers with a good business sense will have better job prospects, especially at restaurant chains where attention to cost is very important.(3)
Also, a high turnover rate at the entry level means job opportunities are still expected to be good. The highest competition will come at the top culinary career levels.(3)
Culinary arts graduates with chef training should be able to work well under the pressure, thriving in cramped kitchens during busy shifts. Within an associate's degree, aspiring chefs may choose to specialize in one aspect of culinary arts, such as pastries or catering.
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(1) http://culinary.remingtoncollege.edu/faculty(2) Employment upon graduation not guaranteed.(3) http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos330.htm Culinary Careers Outlook Archive
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