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I'm looking to start a small business and I'd like to get a good understanding of what it'll take to start it up.
I may have worked a Culinary job at Easterseals Academy,but it was fulfilling for a little while. My cousin works at the Popeyes near her house and she plans to use that job as a stepping stone to working in a fancy restaurant. My dream was to own a restaurant growing up,but now, i'm doubtful...
Since I was nine years old, I have been involved in the culinary arts. As a teenager, I worked in the kitchen of a few restaurants. Recently, I've wondered if Culinary Arts might be for me.
Culinary is a promising career, but I'm on the rocks about how long to stick with this career, even when times are moving ahead. Please leave down your own experiences below, as it will help me get a sense of what to expect.
What was the first step you can take to open up a restauraunt? How long does it take to do so? Would you recommend the Culinary Institute of America as the go to school?
I'm a 17 year old going to job corps, and my dream is to become a chef/head cook. I know what I want and when I want it. It's just a matter of how i obtain it.
Please, any advice can go a long way.
what are something that make it less easy or complicated at work .
I am in Job Corps and I am planning on joining culinary. How difficult is it to get a job as a chef after completing school?
Im unsure what major to choose or jobs to take
This is a career I would truly love to be apart of seeing that it is my absolute favorite, but i am afraid of the outcome and the difficulty of finding a job once out of college. #culinary #culinary-arts #baking