somewhat pointless post but im more curious then anything. im starting to lean more towards finding a job in a hospital, the job market in my area is horrible right now and a hospital cook job is starting to look more and more appealing, considering i hate my current place of work. but im curious about a few things, one the pay, i keep hearing things about how hospitals pay a lot more because they are considered institutions (?), the hours dont seem to look that much different though which is fine. im curious because there are so many titles, production cook, cook lead, production cook helper, cafe assistant, salad bar prep (which is self explanatory) etc. anyone have any good knowledge on how hospital kitchens work, pay rates, etc. or good solid advice.