Careers in the Food Services Industry

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Barron's Educational Seriers, 1999 - Business & Economics - 136 pages
Volumes in this valuable new series are written for men and women who have career goals and interests in fields where a college degree is not necessary. However, all occupations described in these books do require specialized training, either on the job or in technical or vocational classroom settings. Readers learn how and where to get that training -- then discover how to get started in a wide variety of satisfying and money-making careers.

Information on job recruitment, hiring practices, pay scales, and jobs available starts with advice on how to apprentice in food service careers. Other topics covered include the pros and cons of cooking schools, more than 25 profiles of people who have broken into the food service industry, learning to become a professional baker, knowing how to operate a successful catering business, and much more.

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