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The profession of Baker falls under the category of 'food processing occupations.' Individuals in this profession, in one way or another, are responsible for processing raw food products into finished goods that are sold either through wholesalers, in food services establishments, or at point-of-sale to a customer in a grocery store, for example.

Following specific recipes, Bakers are responsible for mixing and baking a variety of ingredients together to produce baked goods such as breads and pastries - cakes, rolls, pies, cookies, etc. Bakers may also create their own recipes or develop their own procedures; this is more common with Bakers who work in a manufacturing setting.

A Baker typically performs the following tasks

  • Check baking production schedules on a daily basis.
  • Weigh, measure, and mix ingredients (following recipes) to make dough, batter, fillings, and icings.
  • Work with large mixing/blending machine bowls to combine products.
  • Knead, roll, interweave, twist, cut, and form prepared dough into various shapes for cookies, tarts, pie crusts, etc.
  • Pare, cut, and prepare fruits for pastry or pie fillings.
  • Determine and use a wide variety of sheets, pans, and molds.
  • Set oven temperatures and baking times, and monitor products while they bake.
  • Prepare and apply icings, glazes, and a wide variety of toppings to finished baked products.
  • Decorate fancy pastries and special cakes (done by some Bakers).
  • Check equipment to conform to safety and health rules and regulations.

Some Bakers work in grocery stores, bakeries, and restaurants where small quantities of baked goods are produced and consumed on the premises, or are purchased as a specialty baked good. Other Bakers work in organizations that specialize in the manufacture of large quantities of baked goods that are sold through grocery stores, supermarkets, distributors, and the like. Regardless of the workplace, Bakers generally perform the same or similar tasks, but on different levels (e.g., Bakers in manufacturing produce baked goods in large quantities and use high-volume, large, mixing machines and ovens).

Job Characteristics

A Baker may work part- or full-time and generally in shifts or off hours that may include early mornings, late evenings, weekends, and holidays. These shifts are more common with individuals who work in grocery stores, bakeries, and restaurants. Bakers typically work with time-sensitive baking requirements and under stringent order deadlines, which may prompt stress.

Work settings for Bakers differ, depending on the establishment's type and size. Regardless however, all work indoors. Following are some environmental conditions to which a Baker may be exposed:

  • high temperatures from ovens
  • flour dust and oil mist
  • noisy surroundings
  • working closely with others, generally within a few feet
  • depending on the work setting, hazardous conditions may exist: possible burns from hot ovens and baking pans; exposure to cleaning solvents and related used to maintain clean workplace regulations; strains as a possible result from attempting to lift heavily weighted items - note that established safety procedures aid in reducing the amount of hazardous occurrences

An individual in this profession is expected to possess and/or display many of the following skills, knowledge, and attributes:

  • precisely follow oral and written instructions
  • possess an eye for detail
  • good sense of taste and smell
  • understand and apply basic math in order to follow recipes and measure or alter baking formulas
  • strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • knowledge of and ability to work with specific equipment used in their workplace
  • dexterity and speed in order to work quickly and apply repeated movements with hands, fingers, and wrists
  • work well as a team or independently
  • stand for long periods of time

According to the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (USDL BLS), "overall employment for Bakers, particularly highly skilled Bakers, should increase 10 percent, about as fast as the average for all occupations." Growth in this area stems from the increasing numbers of Bakers in traditional bakeries, specialty shops, and stores. Furthermore, "in addition to the growing numbers of cookie, muffin, and cinnamon roll bakeries, the numbers of specialty bread and bagel shops have been growing, spurring demand for artisan bread and pastry Bakers."

Baking School, Classes and Certification

While a minimum of a high school diploma is required in this profession, some Bakers enroll in formal training programs offered by two-year colleges, special culinary arts schools, and professional-technical schools. Culinary training generally includes courses in food preparation, menu planning, and food selection and storage. Baking programs offered by some institutions provide instruction on how to bake specialty items (e.g., gourmet breads, pastries). Baking school can also includes practical, hands-on experience, and many include courses in business management. More often than not however, Bakers begin their careers as apprentices or trainees under the tutelage of an experienced worker. Learning the craft through on-the-job training can take several years.

Baking school typically helps students gain skills and knowledge in:

  • ingredient selection and preparation
  • bakery ingredients and products
  • baking, icing, and decorating
  • mixing and baking equipment
  • nutrition
  • government health and sanitation rules and regulations
  • business concepts
  • 'applied chemistry' (e.g., understanding how ingredients mix together and are affected by heat and production processes)
  • machinery maintenance and operations

While not a requirement, Bakers may choose to obtain certification through the Retail Bakers of America (RBA). Achieving certification provides a Baker with recognition of their skills and knowledge, and assures prospective employers and the public of their abilities. The RBA offers certification in four levels of competence that are focused in a variety of areas that include: management, baking sanitation, retail sales, and staff training. To qualify for the certification examination, applicants must meet education requirements and experience that varies by the level of certification being sought. Below are examples:

  • Certification for a Journey Baker - does not require formal education, however it does require at least one year of work experience.
  • Certification for a Master Baker - requires having achieved the certified Baker designation; completion of 30 hours of sanitation coursework (government agency or culinary school approved); 30 hours of workshop or professional development courses; at least eight years' experience in retail or commercial baking.

Resources

Major Employers

Most Bakers will find employment in supermarkets with bakery departments, bakeries, hot-bread shops, cake shops, restaurants, hotels, cafeterias, and manufacturing firms that specialize in the production of large quantities of baked goods.

Schools for Bakers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Bakers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Bakers jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hoover 450 $21,830
Birmingham 450 $21,830
Montgomery 210 $20,630
Tuscaloosa 160 $19,440
Huntsville 160 $21,320
Mobile 150 $20,840
Fairhope 90 $22,200
Foley 90 $22,200
Daphne 90 $22,200
Auburn 60 $21,400
Opelika 60 $21,400
Florence 50 $18,890
Muscle Shoals 50 $18,890
Dothan N/A $20,690
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 170 $34,730
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 1920 $22,930
Mesa 1920 $22,930
Phoenix 1920 $22,930
Tucson 330 $24,040
Yuma 130 $20,960
Kingman 120 $26,580
Lake Havasu City 120 $26,580
Prescott 60 $26,870
Flagstaff 50 $22,090
Douglas N/A $22,930
Sierra Vista N/A $22,930
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 350 $19,200
North Little Rock 350 $19,200
Little Rock 350 $19,200
Hot Springs 30 $18,230
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Los Angeles 12580 $24,070
Long Beach 12580 $24,070
Anaheim 12580 $24,070
Hayward 4640 $29,050
Oakland 4640 $29,050
San Francisco 4640 $29,050
San Diego 2970 $23,260
Carlsbad 2970 $23,260
Ontario 2380 $24,900
Riverside 2380 $24,900
San Bernardino 2380 $24,900
San Jose 1830 $28,240
Sunnyvale 1830 $28,240
Santa Clara 1830 $28,240
Sacramento 1050 $30,770
Arcade 1050 $30,770
Roseville 1050 $30,770
Arden 1050 $30,770
Fresno 560 $20,880
Bakersfield 430 $23,560
Ventura 370 $20,650
Thousand Oaks 370 $20,650
Oxnard 370 $20,650
San Luis Obispo 320 $26,310
Arroyo Grande 320 $26,310
Paso Robles 320 $26,310
Santa Rosa 300 $28,630
Salinas 280 $26,730
Stockton 270 $24,980
Lodi 270 $24,980
Santa Barbara 260 $30,030
Santa Maria 260 $30,030
Watsonville 190 $27,320
Santa Cruz 190 $27,320
Modesto 180 $22,220
Vallejo 160 $24,140
Fairfield 160 $24,140
Porterville 130 $20,580
Visalia 130 $20,580
Redding 100 $24,680
Napa 80 $29,370
El Centro 70 $21,740
Madera 40 $23,760
Yuba City 30 $25,970
Chico N/A $23,240
Merced N/A $29,170
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Denver 2340 $23,730
Aurora 2340 $23,730
Lakewood 2340 $23,730
Boulder 330 $22,850
Fort Collins 230 $22,960
Colorado Springs 210 $25,900
Greeley 200 $23,130
Pueblo 90 $30,260
Grand Junction 60 $23,630
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 560 $25,010
East Hartford 560 $25,010
West Hartford 560 $25,010
Bridgeport 340 $26,040
Norwalk 340 $26,040
Stamford 340 $26,040
New Haven 330 $28,840
Danbury 100 $25,200
Waterbury 50 $28,870
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 110 $21,970
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Palm Beach 5190 $24,100
Fort Lauderdale 5190 $24,100
Miami 5190 $24,100
Tampa 1510 $25,010
St. Petersburg 1510 $25,010
Clearwater 1510 $25,010
Kissimmee 1370 $24,540
Orlando 1370 $24,540
Sanford 1370 $24,540
Jacksonville 730 $25,190
Marco Island 450 $30,240
Naples 450 $30,240
Immokalee 450 $30,240
Bradenton 390 $26,080
North Port 390 $26,080
Sarasota 390 $26,080
Cape Coral 380 $26,110
Fort Myers 380 $26,110
Daytona Beach 350 $22,860
Deltona 350 $22,860
Ormond Beach 350 $22,860
Tallahassee 330 $22,920
Pensacola 320 $24,270
Ferry Pass 320 $24,270
Brent 320 $24,270
Melbourne 250 $21,130
Palm Bay 250 $21,130
Titusville 250 $21,130
Lakeland 230 $24,130
Winter Haven 230 $24,130
Port St. Lucie 220 $26,890
Gainesville 120 $27,930
Destin 100 $24,730
Fort Walton Beach 100 $24,730
Crestview 100 $24,730
Panama City 80 $25,410
Vero Beach 60 $26,070
Sebastian 60 $26,070
Punta Gorda 50 $23,410
Sebring 40 $20,320
Ocala N/A $26,880
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 3110 $22,410
Sandy Springs 3110 $22,410
Atlanta 3110 $22,410
Savannah 250 $23,830
Gainesville 110 $23,420
Macon 70 $21,550
Valdosta 70 $21,710
Dalton 50 $18,360
Warner Robins 50 $19,120
Rome 50 $23,810
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 990 $31,840
Lahaina 200 $38,900
Wailuku 200 $38,900
Kahului 200 $38,900
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 300 $24,690
Coeur d'Alene 100 $23,670
Idaho Falls 70 $23,770
Pocatello 40 $26,010
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rockford 190 $22,380
Peoria 190 $23,150
Urbana 180 $22,190
Champaign 180 $22,190
Springfield 120 $22,470
Bloomington N/A $22,750
Kankakee N/A $26,290
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carmel 1050 $23,050
Indianapolis 1050 $23,050
Anderson 1050 $23,050
Elkhart 160 $20,760
Goshen 160 $20,760
Fort Wayne 160 $27,130
Bloomington 90 $20,250
Terre Haute 50 $21,570
Michigan City 40 $26,610
La Porte 40 $26,610
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 420 $24,730
Des Moines 420 $24,730
Cedar Rapids 160 $24,420
Cedar Falls 130 $24,210
Waterloo 130 $24,210
Iowa City 100 $24,430
Ames 70 $25,800
Dubuque 50 $26,200
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 400 $22,460
Topeka 140 $18,350
Lawrence 70 $19,030
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fayette 160 $21,200
Lexington 160 $21,200
Owensboro 70 N/A
Bowling Green 40 $22,340
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 450 $20,970
New Orleans 450 $20,970
Baton Rouge 250 $22,000
Lafayette 230 $22,840
Bossier City 120 $21,800
Shreveport 120 $21,800
Thibodaux 110 $21,130
Houma 110 $21,130
Lake Charles 90 $22,950
Monroe 40 $18,690
Alexandria N/A $19,060
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 260 $23,820
Portland 260 $23,820
Lewiston 250 $23,350
Auburn 250 $23,350
Bangor 70 $25,950
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Towson 1730 $27,890
Columbia 1730 $27,890
Baltimore 1730 $27,890
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 160 $28,810
New Bedford 30 $38,300
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 2160 $24,160
Detroit 2160 $24,160
Dearborn 2160 $24,160
Grand Rapids 480 $24,110
Wyoming 480 $24,110
Ann Arbor 300 $23,870
East Lansing 210 $23,820
Lansing 210 $23,820
Flint 170 $19,540
Portage 150 $23,380
Kalamazoo 150 $23,380
Saginaw 110 $26,220
Niles 70 $19,450
Benton Harbor 70 $19,450
Bay City 50 $19,430
Monroe 30 $27,690
Muskegon N/A $22,270
Jackson N/A $24,260
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 100 $27,360
St. Cloud 100 $28,680
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Gulfport 160 $22,800
Pascagoula 160 $22,800
Biloxi 160 $22,800
Hattiesburg 30 $20,590
Jackson N/A $22,940
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 230 $19,960
Joplin 90 $20,490
Columbia 40 $20,950
Jefferson City 30 $20,020
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Missoula 120 $23,140
Billings 90 $24,440
Great Falls 50 $19,740
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 320 $18,720
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1720 $35,250
Henderson 1720 $35,250
Las Vegas 1720 $35,250
Reno 240 $28,470
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester N/A $27,420
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Atlantic City 340 $20,280
Hammonton 340 $20,280
Bridgeton 50 $26,790
Vineland 50 $26,790
Ocean City N/A $26,530
Trenton N/A $33,900
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 370 $23,910
Santa Fe 80 $26,410
Farmington 60 $22,310
Las Cruces N/A $22,520
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Niagara Falls 560 $24,480
Buffalo 560 $24,480
Cheektowaga 560 $24,480
Schenectady 510 $27,380
Albany 510 $27,380
Troy 510 $27,380
Rochester 420 $22,550
Syracuse 370 $27,530
Utica 120 $26,510
Rome 120 $26,510
Ithaca 90 $27,240
Kingston 70 $28,100
Binghamton 60 $20,860
Fort Drum 50 $20,860
Watertown 50 $20,860
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Asheville 470 $22,740
Raleigh 460 $21,650
Salem 450 $21,700
Winston 450 $21,700
Greensboro 270 $22,170
High Point 270 $22,170
Rocky Mount 250 N/A
Morganton 250 $40,740
Lenoir 250 $40,740
Hickory 250 $40,740
Durham 140 $27,100
Chapel Hill 140 $27,100
Wilmington 120 $22,360
Jacksonville 100 $18,450
Fayetteville 100 $21,060
Greenville 90 $18,380
Goldsboro 70 $23,300
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck N/A $26,310
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cleveland 1250 $23,450
Elyria 1250 $23,450
Columbus 1050 $23,070
Akron 410 $25,650
Canton 370 $23,010
Massillon 370 $23,010
Toledo 320 $19,810
Dayton 320 $21,690
Springfield 70 $21,880
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 690 $23,020
Tulsa 540 $20,890
Lawton 60 $19,890
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 260 $27,360
Medford 210 $27,660
Salem 200 $24,040
Bend 150 $28,420
Redmond 150 $28,420
Corvallis 70 $23,740
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 1780 $23,120
Reading 500 $23,770
Lancaster 480 $24,720
Wilkes 480 $24,970
Barre 480 $24,970
Hazleton 480 $24,970
Scranton 480 $24,970
York 390 $26,170
Hanover 390 $26,170
Carlisle 380 $25,310
Harrisburg 380 $25,310
Erie 190 $23,030
Johnstown 120 $22,650
Lebanon 110 $21,140
East Stroudsburg 100 $23,320
Gettysburg 70 $21,920
Bloomsburg 70 $23,680
Berwick 70 $23,680
Williamsport 50 $23,230
State College 50 $26,610
Altoona 50 $27,000
Chambersburg N/A $18,800
Waynesboro N/A $18,800
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 990 $18,050
Caguas 990 $18,050
San Juan 990 $18,050
Ponce 200 $18,020
Isabela 180 $17,740
Aguadilla 180 $17,740
Arecibo 110 $17,590
Mayag�ez 70 $17,620
Guayama N/A $17,330
San Germ�n N/A $17,520
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 550 $20,260
Mauldin 550 $20,260
Greenville 550 $20,260
Columbia 260 $21,650
Charleston 250 $22,950
North Charleston 250 $22,950
Spartanburg 140 $20,410
Bluffton 100 $24,850
Beaufort 100 $24,850
Hilton Head Island 100 $24,850
Florence N/A $19,920
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 90 $24,510
Rapid City 50 $23,830
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Knoxville 440 $22,140
Murfreesboro 400 $24,100
Franklin 400 $24,100
Davidson 400 $24,100
Nashville 400 $24,100
Johnson City 170 $20,080
Jackson 50 $25,480
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Worth 3910 $25,260
Dallas 3910 $25,260
Arlington 3910 $25,260
Sugar Land 2930 $20,450
The Woodlands 2930 $20,450
Houston 2930 $20,450
New Braunfels 920 $25,520
San Antonio 920 $25,520
El Paso 550 $18,590
Round Rock 420 $25,030
Austin 420 $25,030
McAllen 290 $19,310
Edinburg 290 $19,310
Mission 290 $19,310
Amarillo 220 $19,290
Abilene 220 $21,100
Waco 170 $22,790
Temple 160 $18,910
Killeen 160 $18,910
Brownsville 140 $18,750
Harlingen 140 $18,750
Lubbock 120 $22,330
Corpus Christi 110 $19,090
Wichita Falls 90 $19,490
Laredo 80 $18,730
San Angelo 80 $20,020
College Station 80 $20,980
Bryan 80 $20,980
Tyler 70 $20,100
Longview 70 $22,460
Odessa 70 $23,950
Denison 60 $18,940
Sherman 60 $18,940
Port Arthur N/A $19,660
Beaumont N/A $19,660
Midland N/A $24,180
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 810 $27,660
Clearfield 390 $23,410
Ogden 390 $23,410
Provo 330 $25,170
Orem 330 $25,170
St. George 100 $23,090
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 310 $26,090
Burlington 310 $26,090
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 380 $25,750
Roanoke 110 $21,940
Lynchburg 50 $21,740
Charlottesville 50 $22,020
Harrisonburg 50 $25,250
Christiansburg 30 $22,750
Radford 30 $22,750
Blacksburg 30 $22,750
Waynesboro N/A $23,110
Staunton N/A $23,110
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 3510 $26,480
Seattle 3510 $26,480
Bellevue 3510 $26,480
Spokane 440 $22,670
Spokane Valley 440 $22,670
Tumwater 240 $23,750
Olympia 240 $23,750
Richland 170 $23,480
Kennewick 170 $23,480
Yakima 130 $23,320
Bellingham 130 $29,220
Bremerton 120 $24,130
Silverdale 120 $24,130
Mount Vernon 70 $24,000
Anacortes 70 $24,000
Wenatchee 40 $26,880
Longview 30 $24,210
Walla Walla N/A $23,250
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Morgantown 120 $21,370
Charleston 80 $19,040
Beckley 30 $22,100
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 1240 $25,990
Milwaukee 1240 $25,990
West Allis 1240 $25,990
Madison 380 $27,870
Green Bay 280 $22,620
Appleton 220 $24,430
Wausau 110 $21,830
Sheboygan 100 $24,040
Racine 90 $19,740
Eau Claire 90 $24,900
Neenah 60 $30,870
Oshkosh 60 $30,870
Janesville 50 $21,310
Beloit 50 $21,310
Fond du Lac 50 $26,670
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 50 $19,950

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Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

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