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If you’re not a stellar cook, you can work in a company that makes a food product. Think of your favorite food. Chances are there’s a brand behind that food that you can work with, and these companies have all the standard departments such as advertising, public relations, and finance, as well as food-specific departments such as food science and product development.
Another option is working with a grocery store, either in retail or the corporate side. Or you can work with a hunger-ending organization.
You’ll need a bachelor’s degree for most of these positions. If your dream is to be a chef or baker, on the job training and possibly culinary school are more useful than a degree.
|Cook II Full-Time Customer Service (Line cook, Commis, Roundsman)||Burlington, MA|
|Cook III (Prep Cook) Full-Time Customer Service||Burlington, MA|
|Pizza Full-Time Customer Service||Burlington, MA|
|Next Door by Wegmans Restaurant Culinary Intern/Externship (Fall and Winter 2014/2015 Opportunities available)||Rochester, NY|
|Chef Assistant||Hereford, AZ|
|Product Manager||San Francisco, CA|
|White Glove Customer Support Specialist (seasonal)||San Francisco, CA|
|Senior Sales & Brand Partnership Manager (NYC)||New York, NY|
|Senior Consultant - Business Analysis-Portfolio Management||Dublin, OH|
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