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Chocolate cake. Sugar cookies. Dutch apple pie. Cinnamon rolls. Banana nut bread. These could be the first five items on your daily “to-do” list if you decide to become a baker. Bakers produce some of the sweetest and most mouth-watering treats, and get a paycheck for it. Nice work if you can get it! And if you do want to get this type of work, read on!


According to the Department of Labor, job opportunities for skilled bakers should increase for the next few years, thanks in part to the increase in large wholesale bakers who make homemade-style baked goods for sale in stores and supermarkets. There has also been a rise in small specialty shops that offer bagels, muffins, and other baked goods to the public.

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