Chef Jobs: Get the 411 on Your Chef Career Options
Acknowledging your passion for cooking--and getting the culinary education you need--is the first step. So, what's next? Deciding which type of chef you would like to be! With so many options, Chef2Chef thought it would be helpful to dive deeply into the various types of chef jobs available to you. Below, get the information you need about each type of chef--from "a day in the life", to training requirements, to salary information--all in one place.
Personal chefs and private chefs cook in the homes of individuals or families rather than at restaurants.
Caterers prepare, transport, and serve elegant culinary creations at events not held in a restaurant or prepared by a hotel's banquet staff.
Line cooks are critical to a restaurant's success as they concentrate on culinary components such as grilling, preparing vegetables, or creating sauces.