It's really all I've done. Never worked in another industry. It's almost like I got sucked in, which really isn't a bad thing. I enjoy the fast pace, multitasking, the different people you met. I feel I did my best to learn when people where willing to show me. But anymore it's like they show something and have me go do something else, so I never really get to apply it. I feel just kinda suck doing the same thing everywhere I go, but not really learning anymore. I have been throwing around the idea of culinary school for a few years, but have been kinda scared away due things I've heard about low wages, and not being hard to pay off debts. I come to terms with I'm gonna be this for majority of my life, and was wonder if it would be a good idea for someone like me to go to school? Just looking for some advice.
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