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Career project(baker)
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  • 1. By: Kelsey Li
    Career Project(Baker)
  • 2. Education or Training
    Must have your high school diploma
    Should take college courses in culinary arts
    You don’t need a very advanced education
    Classes that will help in this field: family and consumer science, and mathematics
  • 3. Salary
    $8.00-$13.50 per hour
    Possible to command a higher salary
    $14,830 to $21,520
    May earn more after more experience
  • 4. What do bakers do?
    Produce baked goods in bakeries
    Responsible for making a wide range of baked goods
    Work in bakeries and sell baked goods to people
  • 5. What SCANS skills are needed for being a baker?
    Social
    Teamwork
    Cultural diversity
    Responsibility
    Negotiation
  • 6. Description of a Baker
    Professional baker
    Started working as a baker because it sounded fun
    Works hours when everyone else is normally sleeping
    For some years, woke up at 2 AM and worked until noon
  • 7. What SCANS skills did a baker use?
    Negotiation
    Teamwork
  • 8. Interesting facts
    You work with many other people to create the finished product
    Works very early in the morning
    The food industry requires a lot of strange physical endurance
    You can get an absurd amount of respect from people
    Your breaks are kept to a minimum

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