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how much do you make doing culinary art

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Lenard’s Answer

There are many jobs with different pay depending on your skills and work experience. I highly suggest you get your ACF certifications, culinarian, sous chef, exec chef etc. The higher paying jobs will ask for these certifications which prove that you have the skills needed. If you intend to work your way up the certifications will certainly get you to the interviews along with your work experience and culinary arts diploma. I work as the Director of Culinary Research and Development for a manufacturing company and make 90K plus bonuses. The more value you can bring to the job market the better. Computer skills will also be needed to do presentations and designing spread sheets.
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Kenji’s Answer

I can confirm the answers given by the two previous commenters are accurate. Note the high range is high because the operators that can fulfill the requirements to satisfaction are fewer. You will need to really distinguish your chef profile to get to that range. A certain level of mental sophistication will be required along with the cooking skills to synthesize with the upper manager colleagues and to effectively analyze operational performance challenges and efficiencies as well.
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Rampelle’s Answer

There's a range of jobs/pay in the culinary arts. Something like line cook or dishwasher may be minimum wage (some places $8-$20 an hour), but if you have enough experience some head chefs can make $100k+/yearly. It depends on a lot of things like what type of restaurant, how difficult the food is to cook or your own level of experience too.
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