Jamie Oliver Chef Training and Career Featured on ChefSchoolReview.com

The new Chef Spotlight article on ChefSchoolReview.com discusses the training and career of British top chef Jamie Oliver, including Oliver's ongoing and successful efforts to make British school lunch programs healthier and more nutritious. Culinary employment is expected to grow in the future, and the best jobs will go to people with credentials from a culinary arts school. ChefSchoolReview.com offers a comprehensive online guide and links to cooking and hospitality schools by state.

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Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 23, 2007

The current Chef Spotlight at ChefSchoolReview.com discusses the chef training and career of British top chef Jamie Oliver, who is using his training to help improve the nutrition in British school lunch programs (http://www.chefschoolreview.com/blog/2007/05/chef_spotlight_jamie_oliver.html). ChefSchoolReview.com, a top online guide to culinary education, has extensive information and links to top cooking and hospitality schools by state. Culinary jobs will increase in the future, and a cooking school credential will be the key to getting the best jobs.

Culinary training is critical to landing great cooking jobs, as illustrated by the top chefs featured in ChefSchoolReview.com's Chef Spotlight articles (http://www.chefschoolreview.com/chef-spotlight.html). Jamie Oliver worked in his parents' pub restaurant from the time he was a small child, and he graduated from cooking school. Chef Martin Yan's parents operated a restaurant in China, yet he earned a diploma from a chef school in Hong Kong and an M.S. in food science from the University of California. Chef David Gilbert graduated from culinary arts school and encourages his kitchen staff to arrange their work schedules so that they, too, can attend chef school.

"Once you decide to take your culinary talent outside your home and into the 'real world,' your next step is selecting a culinary school that will help position you in the cooking job of your dreams--or at least on the path toward that ultimate job," says ChefSchoolReview.com. Being a chef requires more than just knowing how to cook. Landing the best jobs also requires knowing how to manage a business, deal with human resource issues, create and price menus, make the best food purchasing decisions and organize a kitchen for maximum effectiveness. Culinary schools prepare chefs to do all this and more. ChefSchoolReview.com (http://www.chefschoolreview.com) has the resources to help people who love to cook transform their talent into a lucrative career.

ChefSchoolReview.com is a comprehensive online guide to chef schools offering educational resources and degree programs in cooking and culinary arts. The site also features links to recipes from around the world, a culinary library tool, a chef spotlight feature and a culinary school listing.

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