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The Cook is responsible for preparing therapeutic and modified diets for patients as well as preparing meals for employees, visitors and special functions. The Cook assists in maintaining inventory and sanitary conditions within the department. Job Code: 100211 License or Certification: - Food handlers permit (if required by state or county regulations) Education, Training and Years of Experience:...
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I have been asked to work at a longhorn as the head chef, cause i have worked at chilies, apple bees, and meany other places and my cooking is great. Should i take the job??? It pays good money too!!
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I am thinking of my future and I was thinking of maybe becoming a cook for a resturaunt. I also want to know how long do I neeed to be in college to get into a cooking job. What do I do?

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Salaries

$18,720.00 - $65,000.00
Typical Salary for Chef in Arizona
(222 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Associates
35.9%
Some College Coursework Completed
18.3%
Bachelor's
16.9%
Certification
8.5%
High School
7.7%
Vocational
7.7%
Master's
2.1%
(142 Respondents)
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