Rashmi Hazarika

Shall we see saturation of jobs in Chefs in the next few years?

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RE: Shall we see saturation of jobs in Chefs in the next few years?

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The job of a Chef will see a variety of changes in terms of skills required, qualifications and work. Overall, there will be plethora of jobs available in the coming future. Let's talk about it in detail:

1. The growth in hotel and restaurant industry is going up. More and more jobs of Chefs will be available in the future. The small scale restaurants are going for more professionalism and therefore they are constantly looking for well trained Chefs.

2. The skill set of the Chefs will be quite different in the future. They don't need to be good only at cooking but a variety of other things like - management, health and nutritions knowledge etc. If one is looking for the role of a Chef they need to be good at other such skills as well.

3. There will be shortage of jobs for those who are unwilling to expand their areas on expertise and the skills set. It will be diificult for such Chefs to find nice jobs in the market.

4. There will be almost same number of jobs available in the government sector and the competition will rise. However, the jobs in the private sector will grow considerably.

5. There are growing number of private institutions in our country, and they all require Chefs to run their cafeteria or food centres. The small institutions do not require experienced Chefs and therefore many opportunities will be available for the freshers.

6. The salary for the experienced Chefs will grow remarkably. However for the freshers, there won't be much increase in the salaries due to increased number of freshers getting out of the colleges every year.

7. Overall the job market will expand. The salaries will increase along with the growing economy. And no, there won't be saturation in the jobs. In fact there will only be growth.

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