3 Foodservice Career Options

Foodservice careers fall into one of two categories: service and food preparation. There are also management opportunities, including research chef, food scientist, catering director, kitchen manager, and executive chef. Non-management jobs include cashiers, cooks, servers, sous chefs, and hosts. To prepare for a foodservice career, you will need a solid high school education and experience in a part-time, entry-level foodservice job. There are also opportunities for entrepreneurs to own food production and restaurant businesses.


  • pdf version of Unit 1, Chapter 2
  • (Glencoe/McGraw Hill, Culinary Essentials, 2010, ISBN: 978-0-07-888359-0)
  • Note Taking Worksheet
  • Reading Comprehension Activity Sheet
  • Graphic Organizer
  • Practice Quiz
  • Check your answers after you read

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