:smiles: Hi, I am considering a career change. Now I make over $47,000 per year. The admissions advisor at Scottsdale Culinary Institute Le Cordon Bleu makes it sound like I wouldn't have to start out in an entry level position and gives me examples of students leaving the school with jobs as personal chefs for Mohammed Ali or the LA Lakers making over $100,000. How realistic. Is this like the .001% of people who do this? Will I make less than $15 per hour starting out? Not only do I own a house and pay a mortgage, but going to school would cost $40,000 for a year and a half, what kind of job market is there out there??? Thanks!