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marlenyh1 | Dec 13, 2008 08:10 AM

I'm considering going to a culinary school for baking and pastry (south Florida) but they seem to be really expensive! I was wondering if i settled for a not so distinguished school, one that give diplomas or certificates (i.e. Le cordon bleu) rather than a Bachelor's, if that mattered or played a big role in the hiring process. For example would an employer hire someone that graduated from Johnson and Whales over me? Or would employers even consider hiring me? Is it worth it to go to an inexpensive school?

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