Culinary Schools in Arizona

Culinary Schools in Arizona

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If you are interested in going to a top culinary, baking, pastry or hospitality management school in Arizona , you’ll want to look at the schools listed below. We’ve hand-selected a list of some great Arizona culinary and hospitality management programs for your review. Simply click on the links below for more information.

Known for its mild winters and hot summers, the state of Arizona offers residents a diverse and unique living environment. The landscape of “The Grand Canyon State” includes mountain ranges, deserts, and pine forests. Cities such as Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Flagstaff, and Yuma are all experiencing rapid growth, and offer their residents a unique way of life, including a diversity of culinary traditions.

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 Culinary, Baking & Hospitality Career Outlook in Arizona

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the outlook for jobs in the restaurant, food service and hospitality industries is good with projected growth rates. The table below demonstrates some important information you may want to consider when deciding if going to culinary school and then working in Arizona is right for you.

Occupation Total Employment in Arizona (2014) Average Salary in Arizona (2014 Annual Hourly Wage
Bakers 3,120 $25,330 $12.18
Bartenders 10,990 $21,830 $10.50
Butchers & Meat Cutters 1,560 $29,760 $14.31
Chefs & Head Cooks 1,830 $48,700 $23.41
Cooks, Restaurant 24,410 $23,090 $11.10
Cooks, Fast Food 11,110 19,640 $9.44
Cooks, Short Order 1,200 $19,640 $9.44
Food Service Managers 3,020 $56,580 $27.20
Hosts and Hostesses 7,540 $19,920 $9.58

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014

Culinary & Hospitality Industry in Arizona Statistics

  • – the average culinary salary for job posting in Arizona are 12% lower than the average nationwide in March of 2013.
  • BLS* – In May of 2014, there were 1,830 Chefs & Head Cooks in the state of Arizona
  • BLS *- the average salary for these Chefs & Head Cooks was $48,700
  • BLS* – Average Hourly Wage for Chefs & Head Cooks is $23.41

The Restaurant Industry in Arizona

The restaurant industry in Arizona is a huge part of their economy and generate jobs for thousands of Arizona residents plus important tax revenues to the state. For every dollar spent in Arizona restaurants, an additional .90 cents is generated in the state’s economy.

According to

  • There were 9,176 eating and drinking places in Arizona in 2014
  • $11.5 billion in restaurant sales projected 2015
  • Restaurants will account for 273,200 (10%) jobs in Arizona in 2015
  • By 2025 the projections are 338,200 jobs, a 23.8% job growth