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Cafeteria cooks prepare and cook large amounts of food for a limited number of entrees, vegetables, soups, salads and desserts. They work in settings such as schools, hospitals, nursing homes and companies that have their own cafeterias. The meals are typically prepared in advance.

Head cafeteria cooks supervise the other kitchen employees, determine food requirements and order the appropriate supplies. They may also plan menus and determine food portions. Head cooks are also responsible for uniform quality and presentation of meals.

Responsibilities

  • Prepare meats, vegetables, soups, desserts and salads for school cafeterias and other settings.
  • Clean equipment
  • Check to see if equipment is functioning properly
  • Wash pots and pans, cooking equipment and utensils
  • Some cooks keep records of food costs and transactions
  • Decide food portions
  • Some cooks order food supplies and kitchen equipment
  • Cook foods based on menus
  • Sometimes prepare foods with nutritional restrictions
  • Supervise food preparers

Job Characteristics

Many cafeteria kitchens include modern equipment, air conditioning and are well ventilated. However, some of the older cafeterias are not well designed. Regarding employment, typically full-time and part-time jobs are available.

Cafeteria cooks must be able to work effectively as part of a team and be proficient. They also need to have a keen sense of taste and smell. In addition, being able to communicate in popular foreign languages can be helpful while working with other kitchen employees.

Employment Outlook

In 2006, the median earnings of cafeteria and institution cooks was $20,410. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2006 there were about 401,000 cooks employed in cafeterias and other institutions. About 15% of all cooks, chefs and food preparation workers were employed in institutions such as schools, universities, nursing cafe facilities and hospitals.

The job growth for cafeteria cooks is projected to be as fast as average for all other occupations from 2006-2016. The need for cooks will increase due to an increase in the population and the desire to eat at food establishments such as cafeterias. The demand will also increase for cooks since a large number of workers leave the occupation and have to be replaced. However, schools, hospitals and offices are increasingly contracting out their food services which will decrease the demand for cafeteria cooks.

Those with experience and demonstrate the ability to accomplish more difficult tasks and take on more responsibilities have opportunities to become head cooks and supervise the kitchen staff.

Cafeteria Cook Training, Certification, and Licensing

Typically, cafeteria cooks are provided with on-the-job training. Training usually includes food preparation, cooking techniques and a solid foundation in basic sanitation, safety and food handling techniques.

Some employers require a high school diploma. Experience is helpful for obtaining employment and some employers may prefer some vocational training or occupation-related education courses. Often, those without experience begin their careers as kitchen assistants.

Head cooks are typically required to have many years of experience. Some employers prefer to hire head cooks that have formal training in programs which last from a few months to a couple of years. The shorter programs usually provide training in basic cooking methods. They also provide training with food handling and sanitation procedures and nutrition.

Culinary programs provide plenty of hands-on learning in kitchens. The programs also provide training in purchasing and inventory methods, nutrition, menu planning and food storage procedures. Some of the culinary programs also offer a thorough review of food service management, inventory software, computer accounting and banquet service.

Partnerships of the U.S. Department of Labor with culinary schools, trade unions and industry associations provide apprenticeship programs for cooks in a variety of settings.

Numerous school districts offer on-the-job training and summer workshops for cafeteria kitchen workers who desire to be employed as cooks.

Resources

Major Employers

The primary employers of cafeteria cooks include schools, nursing care facilities, special food services, child day care services and colleges.

Schools for Institution And Cafeteria Cooks are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Institution and Cafeteria Cooks

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Institution and Cafeteria Cooks 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
Birmingham 2250 $18,570
Hoover 2250 $18,570
Montgomery 1170 $18,220
Mobile 810 $18,030
Huntsville 610 $18,300
Tuscaloosa 420 $18,540
Decatur 280 $18,400
Florence 280 $18,440
Muscle Shoals 280 $18,440
Oxford 270 $18,460
Anniston 270 $18,460
Jacksonville 270 $18,460
Daphne 260 $19,680
Foley 260 $19,680
Fairhope 260 $19,680
Auburn 250 $18,590
Opelika 250 $18,590
Dothan 220 $17,870
Gadsden 220 $18,080
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 290 $34,740
Fairbanks 110 $38,510
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Scottsdale 3100 $25,090
Mesa 3100 $25,090
Phoenix 3100 $25,090
Tucson 730 $24,530
Prescott 210 $21,180
Flagstaff 170 $32,870
Yuma 160 $21,320
Douglas 90 $22,810
Sierra Vista 90 $22,810
Lake Havasu City 90 $23,120
Kingman 90 $23,120
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 1510 $18,760
North Little Rock 1510 $18,760
Little Rock 1510 $18,760
Jonesboro 240 $18,430
Pine Bluff 190 $17,800
Hot Springs 190 $18,080
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anaheim 8440 $29,020
Long Beach 8440 $29,020
Los Angeles 8440 $29,020
Hayward 3470 $32,520
Oakland 3470 $32,520
San Francisco 3470 $32,520
Riverside 2380 $27,450
Ontario 2380 $27,450
San Bernardino 2380 $27,450
Carlsbad 2000 $29,060
San Diego 2000 $29,060
Santa Clara 1820 $32,460
Sunnyvale 1820 $32,460
San Jose 1820 $32,460
Arcade 1330 $29,900
Roseville 1330 $29,900
Arden 1330 $29,900
Sacramento 1330 $29,900
Ventura 710 $31,530
Oxnard 710 $31,530
Thousand Oaks 710 $31,530
Fresno 660 $27,780
Santa Rosa 540 $29,360
Bakersfield 490 $27,260
Merced 430 $33,020
Stockton 410 $30,270
Lodi 410 $30,270
Salinas 390 $32,620
Santa Maria 350 $31,270
Santa Barbara 350 $31,270
Modesto 330 $28,370
Vallejo 290 $36,110
Fairfield 290 $36,110
Watsonville 260 $28,730
Santa Cruz 260 $28,730
Porterville 230 $28,150
Visalia 230 $28,150
Chico 170 $26,610
San Luis Obispo 170 $28,160
Arroyo Grande 170 $28,160
Paso Robles 170 $28,160
Redding 140 $28,980
Yuba City 120 $26,180
Napa 100 $30,100
Madera 90 $29,090
El Centro 90 $30,560
Hanford 80 $23,210
Corcoran 80 $23,210
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 3350 $26,700
Lakewood 3350 $26,700
Denver 3350 $26,700
Colorado Springs 960 $24,060
Boulder 620 $27,900
Fort Collins 530 $23,920
Pueblo 330 $26,830
Greeley 250 $26,740
Grand Junction 170 $24,090
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Hartford 1090 $31,340
East Hartford 1090 $31,340
West Hartford 1090 $31,340
Bridgeport 890 $34,670
Norwalk 890 $34,670
Stamford 890 $34,670
New Haven 600 $34,460
Waterbury 130 $33,300
Danbury 110 $34,820
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 490 $29,470
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 3590 $27,010
West Palm Beach 3590 $27,010
Miami 3590 $27,010
Tampa 2400 $24,620
St. Petersburg 2400 $24,620
Clearwater 2400 $24,620
Orlando 1260 $25,160
Kissimmee 1260 $25,160
Sanford 1260 $25,160
Jacksonville 1060 $23,220
North Port 550 $26,890
Bradenton 550 $26,890
Sarasota 550 $26,890
Cape Coral 410 $26,150
Fort Myers 410 $26,150
Ormond Beach 390 $22,880
Deltona 390 $22,880
Daytona Beach 390 $22,880
Palm Bay 390 $22,970
Melbourne 390 $22,970
Titusville 390 $22,970
Port St. Lucie 370 $26,710
Winter Haven 350 $19,750
Lakeland 350 $19,750
Tallahassee 300 $23,060
Pensacola 270 $22,750
Ferry Pass 270 $22,750
Brent 270 $22,750
Gainesville 220 $23,210
Punta Gorda 200 $23,610
Sebring 170 $19,970
Sebastian 170 $24,010
Vero Beach 170 $24,010
Naples 170 $26,410
Immokalee 170 $26,410
Marco Island 170 $26,410
Panama City 150 $21,530
Ocala 150 $22,890
Crestview 150 $23,430
Fort Walton Beach 150 $23,430
Destin 150 $23,430
Homosassa Springs 80 $22,120
The Villages 50 $24,740
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sandy Springs 8870 $20,680
Atlanta 8870 $20,680
Roswell 8870 $20,680
Macon 400 $18,680
Savannah 390 $21,040
Warner Robins 380 $17,970
Albany 290 $18,010
Brunswick 280 $20,530
Athens 270 $21,500
Clarke County 270 $21,500
Gainesville 230 $22,120
Dalton 200 $18,130
Hinesville 180 $19,980
Rome 160 $18,230
Valdosta 150 $19,050
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1260 $28,720
Lahaina 160 $44,530
Wailuku 160 $44,530
Kahului 160 $44,530
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 1250 $24,050
Idaho Falls 300 $18,430
Coeur d'Alene 210 $21,860
Pocatello 90 $19,160
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Peoria 480 $22,100
Decatur 380 $21,980
Champaign 320 $24,530
Urbana 320 $24,530
Rockford 310 $20,550
Carbondale 300 $21,290
Marion 300 $21,290
Bloomington 290 $23,290
Springfield 230 $25,070
Danville 180 $19,120
Kankakee 180 $24,020
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 3810 $22,030
Indianapolis 3810 $22,030
Carmel 3810 $22,030
Fort Wayne 850 $22,500
Lafayette 440 $22,520
West Lafayette 440 $22,520
Terre Haute 380 $22,750
Bloomington 260 $21,530
Goshen 240 $22,640
Elkhart 240 $22,640
La Porte 240 $23,180
Michigan City 240 $23,180
Kokomo 190 $25,050
Muncie 170 $22,760
Columbus 130 $22,910
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 1130 $24,850
Des Moines 1130 $24,850
Cedar Rapids 570 $25,410
Cedar Falls 510 $23,760
Waterloo 510 $23,760
Iowa City 350 $27,220
Dubuque 320 $23,760
Ames 200 $28,640
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 900 $23,230
Topeka 550 $22,300
Lawrence 240 $23,040
Manhattan 220 $22,760
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 1080 $26,260
Fayette 1080 $26,260
Bowling Green 460 $22,480
Fort Knox 430 $21,960
Elizabethtown 430 $21,960
Owensboro 350 $23,830
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Metairie 1050 $22,130
New Orleans 1050 $22,130
Shreveport 810 $18,340
Bossier City 810 $18,340
Thibodaux 680 $21,220
Houma 680 $21,220
Lafayette 650 $19,090
Baton Rouge 640 $19,800
Alexandria 340 $18,170
Hammond 290 $18,750
Monroe 230 $18,330
Lake Charles 100 $20,600
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 440 $29,490
Portland 440 $29,490
Bangor 200 $27,370
Auburn 120 $24,920
Lewiston 120 $24,920
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 2120 $30,760
Towson 2120 $30,760
Columbia 2120 $30,760
Lexington Park 120 $28,480
California 120 $28,480
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Barnstable Town 280 $35,360
Leominster 230 $27,850
Gardner 230 $27,850
New Bedford 180 $31,230
Pittsfield 110 $30,070
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 3960 $26,300
Detroit 3960 $26,300
Dearborn 3960 $26,300
Wyoming 940 $25,910
Grand Rapids 940 $25,910
Ann Arbor 550 $28,670
East Lansing 520 $26,500
Lansing 520 $26,500
Portage 420 $23,440
Kalamazoo 420 $23,440
Saginaw 400 $25,000
Flint 380 $22,890
Benton Harbor 210 $26,870
Niles 210 $26,870
Jackson 170 $27,000
Bay City 150 $22,640
Battle Creek 150 $24,480
Monroe 130 $24,220
Muskegon 100 $26,430
Midland 60 $26,470
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
St. Cloud 300 $29,640
Rochester 240 $25,060
North Mankato 150 $28,080
Mankato 150 $28,080
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 1370 $18,060
Gulfport 880 $20,440
Pascagoula 880 $20,440
Biloxi 880 $20,440
Hattiesburg 380 $18,320
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 1040 $19,470
Columbia 650 $22,840
Jefferson City 430 $21,660
Joplin 360 $19,920
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Billings 200 $24,650
Missoula 180 $27,110
Great Falls 110 $23,380
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 540 $27,220
Grand Island 230 $23,630
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 980 $29,720
Henderson 980 $29,720
Las Vegas 980 $29,720
Reno 270 $27,640
Carson City 70 $29,500
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 260 $29,350
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 280 $32,510
Bridgeton 170 $29,140
Vineland 170 $29,140
Atlantic City 130 $34,240
Hammonton 130 $34,240
Ocean City 70 $30,450
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 860 $21,550
Farmington 230 $19,370
Las Cruces 190 $20,340
Santa Fe 180 $28,730
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Rochester 1200 $27,510
Niagara Falls 1170 $26,470
Cheektowaga 1170 $26,470
Buffalo 1170 $26,470
Albany 770 $27,510
Schenectady 770 $27,510
Troy 770 $27,510
Syracuse 630 $27,750
Utica 370 $26,960
Rome 370 $26,960
Binghamton 320 $23,610
Kingston 190 $29,320
Glens Falls 160 $27,990
Ithaca 130 $33,910
Elmira 90 $29,360
Fort Drum 80 $27,470
Watertown 80 $27,470
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
High Point 770 $20,570
Greensboro 770 $20,570
Raleigh 740 $24,280
Durham 620 $24,690
Chapel Hill 620 $24,690
Winston 560 $22,510
Salem 560 $22,510
Asheville 500 $23,560
Morganton 280 $20,400
Lenoir 280 $20,400
Hickory 280 $20,400
Wilmington 270 $23,100
Fayetteville 240 $23,420
Greenville 210 $20,170
Rocky Mount 130 $20,140
Goldsboro 130 $24,250
Burlington 110 $23,400
New Bern 90 $18,910
Jacksonville N/A $18,300
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 170 $28,350
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Elyria 3190 $24,790
Cleveland 3190 $24,790
Columbus 2600 $25,320
Dayton 1110 $24,420
Akron 1000 $26,150
Toledo 840 $24,660
Canton 690 $20,660
Massillon 690 $20,660
Springfield 350 $24,060
Lima 230 $23,610
Mansfield 130 $24,980
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 3230 $18,910
Tulsa 2250 $21,830
Lawton 220 $18,890
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salem 800 $25,100
Eugene 740 $23,010
Medford 280 $23,580
Corvallis 140 $26,150
Redmond 130 $30,530
Bend 130 $30,530
Albany 110 $26,640
Grants Pass 60 $24,420
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 3740 $25,720
Carlisle 910 $26,210
Harrisburg 910 $26,210
Lancaster 850 $26,450
Hazleton 840 $27,740
Scranton 840 $27,740
Wilkes 840 $27,740
Barre 840 $27,740
Reading 670 $25,430
York 540 $25,270
Hanover 540 $25,270
Erie 410 $23,430
State College 370 $19,680
Johnstown 340 $21,900
Gettysburg 270 $20,330
Bloomsburg 190 $23,430
Berwick 190 $23,430
Lebanon 190 $28,610
East Stroudsburg 180 $27,030
Altoona 170 $23,100
Williamsport 150 $25,980
Chambersburg 110 $24,540
Waynesboro 110 $24,540
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 2710 $18,080
San Juan 2710 $18,080
Caguas 2710 $18,080
Aguadilla 460 $17,570
Isabela 460 $17,570
Ponce 200 $17,650
Guayama 170 $17,820
Arecibo 160 $17,740
Mayag�ez 140 $17,530
San Germ�n 110 $17,540
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbia 1610 $21,200
Anderson 1600 $20,990
Mauldin 1600 $20,990
Greenville 1600 $20,990
North Charleston 990 $20,140
Charleston 990 $20,140
Spartanburg 690 $19,520
Florence 590 $18,570
Bluffton 240 $21,940
Beaufort 240 $21,940
Hilton Head Island 240 $21,940
Sumter 210 $17,840
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 640 $23,270
Rapid City 280 $23,720
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Franklin 2360 $22,510
Davidson 2360 $22,510
Murfreesboro 2360 $22,510
Nashville 2360 $22,510
Knoxville 1120 $22,410
Johnson City 850 $19,600
Cleveland 450 $18,260
Jackson 180 $21,020
Morristown 170 $19,950
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Arlington 8320 $23,580
Fort Worth 8320 $23,580
Dallas 8320 $23,580
Sugar Land 6460 $23,760
The Woodlands 6460 $23,760
Houston 6460 $23,760
San Antonio 3560 $23,750
New Braunfels 3560 $23,750
Round Rock 1870 $21,700
Austin 1870 $21,700
Edinburg 1110 $21,570
Mission 1110 $21,570
McAllen 1110 $21,570
El Paso 870 $21,830
Temple 840 $20,650
Killeen 840 $20,650
Lubbock 690 $21,060
Brownsville 660 $18,980
Harlingen 660 $18,980
Amarillo 530 $22,590
Port Arthur 490 $20,340
Beaumont 490 $20,340
Laredo 460 $20,690
Waco 400 $21,220
Corpus Christi 400 $22,540
Abilene 330 $19,140
Longview 330 $20,710
Tyler 320 $23,840
Odessa 300 $21,750
San Angelo 240 $22,140
Wichita Falls 170 $19,730
College Station 170 $19,740
Bryan 170 $19,740
Midland 170 $23,120
Victoria 140 $19,440
Sherman 120 $20,240
Denison 120 $20,240
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 1760 $24,840
Clearfield 690 $22,980
Ogden 690 $22,980
Provo 480 $24,190
Orem 480 $24,190
St. George 190 $24,460
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 470 $29,000
Burlington 470 $29,000
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 1430 $25,360
Roanoke 460 $21,350
Charlottesville 360 $24,620
Lynchburg 290 $23,570
Harrisonburg 200 $22,520
Christiansburg 110 $25,350
Radford 110 $25,350
Blacksburg 110 $25,350
Waynesboro 100 $21,320
Staunton 100 $21,320
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bellevue 4670 $32,140
Tacoma 4670 $32,140
Seattle 4670 $32,140
Spokane 790 $29,490
Spokane Valley 790 $29,490
Bremerton 370 $30,060
Silverdale 370 $30,060
Yakima 360 $30,930
Kennewick 300 $27,720
Richland 300 $27,720
Olympia 300 $30,720
Tumwater 300 $30,720
Bellingham 280 $33,320
Wenatchee 250 $23,950
Mount Vernon 210 $30,980
Anacortes 210 $30,980
Walla Walla 110 $32,030
Longview 80 $26,470
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 630 $21,800
Morgantown 480 $24,330
Beckley 340 $21,150
Parkersburg 280 $21,530
Vienna 280 $21,530
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Milwaukee 2800 $24,430
Waukesha 2800 $24,430
West Allis 2800 $24,430
Madison 1020 $28,070
Green Bay 760 $26,520
Sheboygan 390 $24,900
Appleton 360 $23,990
Eau Claire 290 $25,540
Neenah 280 $25,270
Oshkosh 280 $25,270
Fond du Lac 230 $23,060
Racine 210 $26,580
Beloit 210 $26,580
Janesville 210 $26,580
Wausau 160 $25,270
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 110 $24,490
Casper 100 $26,370

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Industries representing at least 1% of total jobs for the occupation.

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

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
Education 123,970 33% $20,770
Nursing And Residential Care 81,750 22% $22,440
Restaurant 53,850 14% $22,760
Hospital 35,510 9% $25,050
Social Service 27,950 7% $19,280
Government 26,380 7% $25,570
Hotel And Accomodation 5,260 1% $22,850
Non-profit 4,290 1% $21,720
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