Become a Personal Chef: The Industry’s Highest Paying Job
Jacky Hayward | Chef's Blade
Maybe you’ve been working as a restaurant chef for years but that final promotion to executive chef still eludes you. Or maybe you’re tired of working under someone and want to break out on your own, but you’re intimidated by starting a restaurant. Or maybe still, you’re just tired of working the really late nights. Well, being a personal chef could be your answer. Did I mention, personal chefs get paid on average more than any other chef-career path? More than executive chefs even? Sign you right up? Not so fast; being a personal chef comes with it’s own set of challenges.