If you've been looking for a job related to food or sustainable agriculture, I've got just the site for you. Started by Taylor Cocalis and Dorothy Neagle (two Cornell grads, friends, and ice cream lovers), Good Food Jobs is designed to connect job seekers to meaningful food work. There are other perks on the site, too.
For instance, the gastrognomes blog profiles people who already have interesting food jobs and asks them how they got where they are. You're sure to find out about jobs you never knew existed and be intrigued by the many food entrepreneurs, advocates, and authors who created their own type of food career.
Postings on the site include jobs all over the country for gourmet food buyers, cheesemakers, chefs, aspiring farmers, milkmen, and a range of development and management positions for food-related companies. Posting a job costs $60 for 60 days. While the position descriptions are free and viewable to the public, to see specific job application details you must register (a free, easy process) on the site. Check it out!
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