What are the working conditions for a chef?

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Working as a chef can appear to be glamorous and fun. While the flexible hours might seem like a good idea to many, the benefits need to be weighed with the possible cons. In reality, while this may be true for modern kitchens, many kitchens are not created equal. For example, not every industrial kitchen has air conditioning. Another thing that chefs have to endure is the long hours on their feet, lifting heavy equipment on a regular basis, along with working on or near hot equipment. Injuries such as falls, cuts, and brusies are common.
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