Chefs prepare, cook and present food at restaurants, hotels and bars. They supervise other culinary workers and oversee the running of a kitchen and, often, an entire dining establishment.
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Strong communication skills
High stamnina levels
Efficient at Multitasking and Coordination
Able to take criticism
Good opportunities for job growth
A career that encourages creative expression
Potential to work anywhere in the world
A career that is in demand
Can be self employed
Can potentially start own your own business
Work hours can be erratic and long
Pay is not great, but can significantly improve with experience
Highly competitive industry
Stressful and tiresome
Working conditions and environment can be hazardous (smoke, fire, knives)
GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
Passionate about culinary arts
Work well under pressure
Good at handling multiple tasks
Creative and Innovative
Interesting Facts about the career
Marco Pierre White was the world's youngest chef to receive his third michelin star at the age of 33.
The famous Michelin stars were started by brothers Andre and Edouard Michelin - the founders of the Michen Tyre company. A maximum of 3 Michelin Stars can be given to one restuarant, which signifies how exceptional the cuisine is.