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My sister is currently doing culinary arts and will graduate as a chef next year. Although it is stated that personal chefs are not recommended for those who are straight out of school, I know that this is what my sister would ultimately like to do after maybe five or six years in the industry. I will make sure she reads this. Thanks!
There are a lot of people who are changing careers because of stresses at work, and for somebody who loves food and cooking, this might just be a lucrative career. Back in 2006, the average annual income for a personal chef was $42,000, and it is projected to grow in the next 10 years. To become a personal chef, you really need to plan well – always consider food costs, the time involved, equipment and licensing needed. It’s great if you’re eyeing an affluent community to offer your services to, and I guess the elderly would have more use for a personal chef, with all their dietary specifications.
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