This profession is all about making baked goods.
Show me your job! Baker (Confectioner)
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What does a Baker do?
As a baker, you make baked goods such as bread, rolls and pastries. You weigh and measure the ingredients and mix them according to the recipe. You also monitor the dough formation and fermentation processes and glaze and garnish the goods to refine them and make them look even more appetising. To expand the sales range, you are always developing new recipes and trying them out.
What is important?
- Sense of responsibility (e.g. in complying with food regulations)
- Skill and a sense of aesthetics (e.g. when decorating pastries)
- Good physical condition (e.g. when lifting heavy baking trays)
- Enjoy inventing new recipes
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