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4 answers - Asked By: Philkillens Lover. - 7/17/2008
I really, really enjoy baking..and all manners involved in it.. but... I have read many a place that the salary will murder you. Is this true / should I be worried about anything else? I really e...
3 answers - Asked By: Banana Boat - 1/18/2010
Could someone please tell me if being a pastry chef is a good job or is it very stressful?
2 answers - Asked By: PuNk RoCkEr - 2/12/2009
I'm looking into possibly becoming a pastry chef, and I was wondering if any of you out there had any advice on college courses, what college you would recommend, what classes I should concentrate on,...
3 answers - Asked By: atlantagal - 12/20/2006
I'm doing a report and hav ing troubles finding the job security of a pastry chef. Anyone know?
1 answers - Asked By: jden7 - 5/9/2011
A friend of mine is trying to decide whether to go into this field. Thanks
3 answers - Asked By: Doug Smailziwitz - 5/11/2011
Hi! So I'm nervous because I was just i guess hired for a pastry chef position at a restaurant. The thing is I usually bake for fun once in a while. I'm scared because I really don't know much about h...
2 answers - Asked By: ennovi8907 - 7/28/2011
What kind of job training and education do you need to become a pastry chef???
1 answers - Asked By: - 5/4/2011
Im a junior in high school and really have to start thinking about what do i want to be?My family doesnt have the money for me to be switching colleges.I really enjoy baking but im not sure on the req...
1 answers - Asked By: Mookey - 10/19/2009
3 answers - Asked By: - 3/26/2009
I want to be a pastry chef one day i was wondering if its a good job \ and if you get lots of money...i think i would be really good at this job because im really artistic and im not so sure where ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 11/29/2011
I am going to school to be a pastry chef, but, I am a little concern about the job opportunities for this occupation. Will I have a hard time looking for a job once I finnish school?
3 answers - Asked By: - 3/28/2013
Is it a good career, i would really like to open a bakery one day and i love to bake. money wise it is good?
1 answers - Asked By: Nicole A - 8/14/2008
Hi, I'm currently going to community college to get my associates in culinary arts & management though I might transfer to a different community college to get my associates in baking & pastry first, ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 4/1/2011
If not, who in the food industry business does?
1 answers - Asked By: - 1/8/2013
I want to become one. How was learning how to be one in college?
3 answers - Asked By: - 7/7/2013
Ok here are some questions iv been having some problems finding answers. What does a typical work week look like and when does the day begin and end for a pastry chef? How competitive is it to get a...
1 answers - Asked By: yuki - 5/24/2009
i am still in high school but am thinking about becoming a pastry chef. Are there any important courses i should take? Any advice from experiences?
1 answers - Asked By: - 9/20/2012
I love baking and I thought it would be amazing if I owned my own bakery. Would it be hard to be a Pastry Chef? - Money isn't an issue for now. However would I be able to support a family in the futu...
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