Aumenta la Sazón y Convierte tu Pasión por la Cocina en Una Profesión - Escuelas de Gastronomía

Si preparar una comida gourmet es algo natural en ti, entonces considera una carrera en las artes culinarias. Con una formación de profesional podrás encontrar puestos de trabajo en casi cualquier ciudad, en cualquier lugar. Las áreas de énfasis de una carrera gastronómica son:

     • Jefe de la cocina
     • Chef principal
     • Chef auxiliar
     • Gerente de catering
     • Chef de pastelería

En mayo del 2009, según la Oficina de Estadísticas Laborales (BLS) el salario anual promedio fue de $42,410 para los chefs.

Muchas escuelas de cocina privadas y universidades públicas ofrecen títulos universitarios o certificaciones en áreas relacionadas con la cocina. Pero estas son tres cosas a tener en cuenta:

  • Si completas un programa de formación de dos a cuatro años aumentarás considerablemente tus posibilidades de ser contratado como cocinero o jefe de cocina.
  • Para aquellos con experiencia culinaria, un título en línea puede ser la manera perfecta de seguir trabajando y complementar tu experiencia con el entrenamiento formal.
  • La gastronomía te ofrece una amplia variedad de puestos de trabajo y cientos de escuelas preparadas para proporcionar la formación necesaria para decir "Bon Appétit!"

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