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Hospitality & Culinary Degrees and Programs Offered in Ohio (OH)

If you want to work in the service industry but you don't want to labor away as a bellman or a line cook, consider hospitality and culinary degrees in Ohio. A degree could help you land higher level supervisor positions much faster than forgoing an education.

Hospitality and culinary degrees in Ohio across the board

There isn't much growth to be found in the leisure and hospitality industry, but it does offer a good deal of job opportunities due to the high turnover rate common in the industry. Many of these jobs are also seasonal, which could decrease some of these numbers.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Ohio Department of Jobs and Families, here are a few job samples for those with hospitality and culinary degrees in OH.

Chefs and head cooks: As of May 2009 mean annual salary in Ohio was $43,570, with -3.2 percent projected growth between 2008 and 2018.

Lodging managers: As of May 2009 mean annual salary was $47,940, with just 0.6 percent projected growth between 2008 and 2018.

Food service managers: As of May 2009 mean annual salary was $46,750, with 1.5 percent projected growth between 2008 and 2018.

With hospitality and culinary degrees in Ohio you can earn yourself the skills and discipline you'll need to succeed in your chosen career path.

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