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Why Choosing Culinary Arts Studies to Enhance Your Career Path?

Updated on September 10, 2011

What are your study and career interests? No matter what your interests are, having a career in the hospitality industry, especially in culinary arts, provides you with many great challenges in the future.

Studying in one of the best culinary schools is considered as a unique study opportunity for students who desire to gain more social and technical skills in the food service business and recently culinary arts has become one of the fastest growing industries in the world and it seems to grow continuously. If you can see, how many new hotels, resorts, restaurants and other food service businesses are being established every day in the world? This particular industry offers lots of new job opportunities throughout the world and requires many new and fresh qualified, dedicated and skilled individuals to take the challenges.

We all know that culinary arts is part of food service industries and this particular industry requires daily contacts and interaction with customers and serves the needs of the public, therefore good social and communication skills are really required and these are important assets that someone should have when planning to spend their career in the culinary arts. There are many different types of jobs available in the food service industry for young and talented individuals, such as a career in the hotel and resort establishments, restaurants, F&B retail outlets, airline in-flight food service, colleges and universities, hospitals, clubs, theme parks or perhaps in the military services that serve food and lodging facilities. That is the reason why culinary arts has a wider and better opportunity to enhance your career.

Recently, many young and talented people are working in the food service industry, whether as a cook or chef, and the majority of these people are in the productive age between 18 and 21 years old, many business experts believed that there are going to be lots of job openings in the food service industry are expected in 2010.

To become a professional chef and cook in the food service industry and get a higher paid, then you need to get a degree or certificate in the culinary arts from top culinary school, since this education achievement will also bring you to some hiring employees with many great job opportunities to offer. You will learn some culinary skills that will allow you to follow today's rapidly growing food service industry. To achieve a certain level of culinary arts skill, you will actually need several years of on the job training followed by professional experiences in the food service industry.

One of the advantages that you will gain by taking a culinary arts study from one of the best culinary school is a shorter way to start your career without having to start from a lower skilled kitchen job, such as: kitchen dishwasher or cook helper. These are positions for unskilled workers with lower educational background and normally these positions are quite low paid in the industry. In addition, several world class hotels and restaurants would only hire their candidates with higher standards, since they would prefer to recruit someone that have previous good education background and well trained by experienced professionals. That is why you should start looking for several top culinary schools around you and decide your career path from now on.

If you have a strong motivation and great passion to enhance your future career in the culinary arts and aim to get a challenging employment with better salaries as a skilled individual, then you should consider taking a study program at one of the best culinary schools, please remember that the right education is important for your career. There are many best culinary art schools around the world you can choose. When studying at the school of culinary art, you will be trained to become a professional and well trained cook or chef with lots of food production technical theories and skills, also supported with some real practical experiences. As I said previously, this will allow you to bypass the unskilled entry-level positions available in the industry.

How to Find the Best Culinary School?

First, you need to find culinary schools that meet your particular interests, you can search all over the internet using search engines to find the best culinary school in the world matching to your interests. Many food service and hospitality professionals believe that there are many best culinary schools in USA, but I personally would say that most of school of culinary arts around the world have the same education standard and providing good quality of education with relevant knowledge and skills to their students in order to be able to compete in the industry.

Once you have found them and put them in the list, contact those schools that meet your interests and ask for more information that you cannot find on their official websites, the more information you collect the better decision you will make at the end for your study and career. Please do remember that selecting the best school of culinary arts for your future studies is a big investment of time, money and your personal effort, therefore, it is really required to have a careful evaluation based on each school's criteria and education standard.

If you are interested to read more related articles on how to find the best culinary school for your studies, then feel free to visit my blog. I have just started to write several useful articles on culinary art studies for whoever needs it.

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      maia  

      7 years ago

      ok im in a culinary school and i think that it is a great thing to do.I got to learn about new things that i would never thought about..

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