How will working a Cook job help me grow a career?
The more you work and train and learn and watch the other cooks the better you get at it
If you start as a dishwasher, there is no experience requirement. Many people in the cook line got promoted from the dishwasher positions.
As restaurant workers, we are all started to work at the restaurant without or less experience at some point. Training is the key, but also it is vital to show your willingness to learn. If you aren't sure what you are doing, it is good to ask your coworker. It helps you prevent making mistakes and learn faster.
Building a career in the kitchen takes time, and a lot of learning. It's definitely a hand in learning experience. Good luck
Because some cook the finest food wen i the best at wat i do and thats cooking i beleive in setting the table just rite watching others is how i learn my best work
Will help you in stressful situation
Well working a cook job you learn a lot I make the best omelette in the world now thanks to training
It want it will just your body break down I had a endless careers in working with food now I want eat nothing in restaurants anymore
You can learn business management if you work your way up the ladder into a regional one then corporate