May 05, 2014
Is the fast-growing restaurant industry affecting the job market for those graduating culinary school? Maureen Drum-Fagin, Director of Career Services at ICE weighs in.
"The job market for our students is very strong," said Maureen Drum Fagin, director of career services and administration for the Institute of Culinary Education, which charges up to $36,840 for a degree. These days, ICE students do more advanced kitchen work as part of their practical training."
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