i cannot find a job cooking, but my resume is awesome!?

QUALIFICATION SUMMARY Food Service: ·Sauté ·Grill ·Pantry ·Broiler ·Fryer ·Garde manger ·Ice carving ·Skilled at meat, pork, poultry and seafood fabrication and portioning ·Able to efficiently organize, prepare and execute large catered functions ·Management skills including training and supervising culinary staff ·Exceptional at producing stocks, sauces, salads, entrees, soups and vegetables ·Able to properly order, receive and inventory food and beverage orders efficiently and correctly. ·Adept at menu design, costing and implementation Over 20 years of cooking experience Chef/Sous Chef: §Life Care Center, Altamont Springs, FL §Florida FFA Training Center, Haines City, FL §Mark’s Catering, Charleston, SC §Glacier Park Inc. East Glacier Park, MT §University Inn and Conference Center, West Lafayette, IN Line/Banquet cook: §Radisson Inn, Cape Canaveral, FL §Fillin’ Station Café, Orlando, FL §Docs Restaurant, Orlando, FL §Holiday Inn, West Lafayette, IN §Holiday Inn, Michigan City, IN

Asked By: platinum_chef - 9/9/2009
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I disagree with another forum member's opinion that you have had too many jobs listed on your resume which would leave the wrong impression to future employers that you are not a suitable long-term employee. The best way of finding culinary employment is to visit major restaurants, hotels along a restaurant row or... More
Answered By: govicseo - 9/9/2009
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With all due respect your resume seems to indicate you have had too many jobs which may lead employers to think you are really not that good since you change jobs frequently.
Answered By: Norma - 9/9/2009
The hotel and restaurant industry has been hit very hard by the recession. Jobs that a few years ago would have gotten 15 or 20 responses are now getting over 1000. Your skill level could actually be a detriment. You may be looking for more money than the companies are willing to pay. They may think you are "too old... More
Answered By: kbk823 - 9/9/2009
take some of that off of there, you are overqualified
Answered By: wherebrianis - 9/9/2009
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