What would be better for a career, in culinary or in computer maintenance?
I love culinary and I would love to learn how to cook different things and to know how to do pastry and things like that. I love to cook and I love to bake, but on the other hand I love messing with computers and the money isn't bad either.But should I do both or will it be a waste?How is culinary really like and the hours they work? What about computer maintenance? I don't know if culinary is something I just want to know how to do? Any advice will help
Asked By: jesse - 12/28/2006
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Answered By: Dawn M - 12/28/2006
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I live near the RTP and there are a lot of IT people working at the grocery store. If you are good as as chef you will alway be in demand. People will alway want to eat out.
Answered By: allisoneast - 12/28/2006
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