If you think your love for food should only lead you to one job, then you are very wrong. By combining it with another of your skills or interests, you can find the job that is more suitable to you. Here are a few such options.
The love for food and the juggling of numbers
So you have a passion for food, but you have a good head for the numbers as well. Have you ever considered being an accountant? If the thought of being an accountant at an industry or a business brings you no joy, then combine both your interest and your skill, and look into jobs like restaurant chain accountants or hotel accountant jobs. Even wineries and large hotel chains that have personalized wine cellar at Great Earth International Company Limited are always on the lookout for competent accountants.
The love for food and a creative mind
Do you have a creative mind? Can you turn your creativity into art? If you can, consider following a barista course or a course on cupcake decorating. With the knowledge and your natural creativity, you are sure to make a big splash in the food industry. If your artistic nature draws more towards the pen and the paper, you can even try your hand at being a food cartoonist.
The love for food and a way with words
Are you a foodie who also loves to write? Can you capture the essence of food with only your words? If you answered yes, you can try your hand at being a food blogger, food or recipe writer, or even a food columnist. If you feel you’re good enough, you can even try to publish one of your won recipe books; and earn the title of a writer.
The love for food and the skills to teach
Are you a natural teacher; someone born to help others? Do you find yourself offering tips and suggestions on cooking to friends and family members? If you have, then perhaps you can give a try at being a culinary school teacher. Be warned that it is a job that requires a lot of experience and skill, so you will definitely need to work hard to get there.
The love for food and the passion for photography
Are your social media accounts filled with photos of all the pretty meals and drinks you’ve had? Of all your friends, are you the one usually ready to order the newer recipes in the menu, simply to see how it’ll look in your photographs? If this describes you, then consider a career as a food photographer. Used from blogs to recipe books to even restaurant promotions, it’s a job that has plenty of opportunities.