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According to the research done on the Internet, the salary of an Executive Chef depends on the state. If you'd like, go to to find the state you live in.

It depends of skill level, experience, and what kind of chef.An exectutive chef or chef de cuisine can make any where from $50,000 to $250,000, the last being the pay rate if you work for Gordon Ramsey.Next is sous chef these guys work just hard as the executive chef but earn a significantly less amount. They earn $28,000 to $60,000.Next is line chef they make about as much as the sous chef.

About 36,000 for a head chef. but It depends on what chef works with.

A chef could earn anywhere from 9-16 dollars per hour.

Executive Chefs are normally not hourly, they are salary. The average income is about 95k- 150k a year. The salary of an Executive Chef is very dependant upon the area in which the chef is working. The actual average salary for an Executive Chef is not that high. The average salary of 95k-150k would be for a Corporate Executive Chef. An Executive Chef average salary is only about 50k-85k a year.

Depending on experience a chef can expect to earn about £7-£12 per hour in the UK.

Sous chef = $40,000-$60,000 Store chef= up to $70,000 Executive=alot!!

How much does a gourmet chef makeOf course it depends on experience,education,location but as an example, an executive chef's pay in Las Vegas ranges from $37,637 to $54,163. I'm sure there are higher and lower examples with chef-owners at the higher end. Answer35, 080 in California.

On average a chef makes about $10 per hour, or about $20,510 per year$10-15 an hourThe previous post is way off.A line cook will earn 10-15 and hour, an actual Chef will earn between $60-$75,000 a year. Chefs have received training, line cooks have not.The following are averages:Executive Chef: $75,596Executive Sous Chef: $52,714Pastry Chef: $50,581Sous Chef: $39,305Line Cook: $12.64 hourly

an executive pastry chef makes from 44,516 to 66,693 a year

$1,000,000,000,000,000,000 dollars

A professional chef earns about 500 a week or $50,000 a year.

In Canada an average Master Chef makes around $20,687-$82,412

$1,518.69 according to

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The executive chef or head chef is in charge of everything that comes in or out of the kitchen, including the staff. An executive chef is also in charge of making sure each person does their job in the fastest way possible.

A master chef makes an average of $79,000 - $120,000 in 1-4 years

as much money as he wants because he is a pimp.

-Line chef -sous chef -chef de cuisine -executive chef

The national average salary of an Executive Chef is $68,000 a year. However, no one starts as an executive chef, they start as an alternative chef such as a Sous Chef. The national average for a Sous Chef is $42,000 a year.

A member of my family is an executive chef for a resort-like hotel and makes around $60-65k plus benefits. But, he works 60 hours a week on a fairly routine basis.

A master chef is the person who is in charge of the other chefs and who oversees the general work flow. This position is not to be confused with that of the executive chef. ANSWER I would consider a master chef to be near the top of their game. They would probably be either head chef or executive chef or might not even be cheffing as a job. But they would be one of the best in their speciality, either in their country or in the world. Executive chef spends most of the time, either doing management side of things, writing menu's or food ordering. They spend a little time in the kitchen. Their orders come first. Head Chef will be either the main chef if there is no executive chef or the main chef in the kitchen. if the executive chef is not there, the head chef will be in charge. Does spend some time out of kitchen too. Sous chef means second in charge. When the head chef isn't there and there isn't a executive chef, the sous chef is in charge. The master chef is in charge of all chefs...

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