A career in the cookery industry can be extremely challenging and adventurous at the same time. A rewarding career in Australia’s fast-paced and booming industry awaits those interested in studying this exciting course.
If you are an extrovert, or someone very social and passionate about your work, there is nothing better suited to you than the cookery industry. It could open doors to an entirely new area of managerial opportunities leading to both personal and professional career development. Australia’s insatiable and ever-evolving food scene and a
country that is becoming more and more obsessed with food; it was inevitable that courses in cookery reflect those same ideals. According to the predictions of the AISC (Australian Industry and Skills Committee), employment opportunities in this sector could possibly grow by almost 12.1 % in the next 5 years (given that everything else remains constant). In conjunction with this idea, it is but a fact that about 91,000 new employment openings are projected to be created; and if all goes well, one of those openings might be perfect for you!
Apart from the foodie pulse of Australian culture, the growing population, heightened consumer demand and consumption; along with the wish of many people to own a hospitality-based business has led to the development of Australia’s cookery industry. One of the many benefits of pursuing a course in this ever-growing sector is that anybody with the will and intention of completing a course can do it; there is immense flexibility in the age criteria and education requirements in this line of work.
A cookery course could eventually lead you to pursue cookery (cook, chef, etc.) or a career in hospitality services (hotel management, catering, etc.). Degrees in this field bring to you critical skills that are custom-made for the industry; they will also, in fact, attune your senses to ensure customer satisfaction while also maintaining ethical and legal standards of regulation. If you are not afraid of a challenge in pursuit of your dreams, you could study cookery in Australia. The remuneration, compensation and salaries in this line are also pretty good, wherein cooks typically start at around $1,068 per week; and chefs get around $1,250 per week. Motel, Hotel and Hotel Service Managers weekly salaries average up to 1,250 AUD; which is considerably high.
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