Hey everyone! Every now and again I have come back here to see whats up but FINALLY I have began my future as a chef. As most of you would not know, my uncle is a well known chef and has done it all and owns his own place. Well he decided to open a new restaurant and that's when I decided college sucks and it's time to work on the things that have worked for me: cooking. So anyway I am lucky enough to have recieved a position in his restaurant as starting as pantry chef and I am learning it all. He thought that was best to do before Culinary School (CIA). Anywho I am fortunate enough to work with 4 CIA grads basically draining their 50k education for free! I have been working for about 2 weeks now and already I'm jumping on the line working my way up. ANYWAY, my question for all of you is, what should I be looking at as far as hourly pay? I have about 4 years experience in the kitchen but obviously am not a chef more of a good line cook. I feel I should be somewhere in the 12-20 range. Am I way off or what?