Baker Jobs Concord NH
NH WORKS Concord
10 West Street
Concord Local 1045 Firefighters
100 Hall St Ste 101
NH WORKS Manchester
300 Hanover Street
New England Farm Workers Council
50 Bridge St Ste 103
American Federation Of State County & Municipal Employees
195 Mcgregor St
International Brotherhood Of Electrical Workers
48 Airport Rd
Contractors Risk Management Inc
33 Fisherville Rd
American Postal Workers Union
450 Hanover St
Teamsters' Chauffeurs' & Helpers' Local Union No 633
53 Goffstown Rd
Youth Educational Employment Service
913 Elm St
Mix and bake ingredients according to recipes to produce breads, rolls, cookies, cakes, pies, pastries, or other baked goods.
Salary for Bakers
Annual figures are on top. Hourly figures are below in parentheses.
| U.S. || $18,760 |
| $29,720 |
| $25,020 |
N/A = Information not available
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Increased demand for processed food and meat by a growing population will increase the need for food processing workers; however, processing plant and distribution efficiencies will offset growing output and cause employment of these workers to grow more slowly than the average between 2008 and 2018. In addition, job opportunities should be good as the need to replace experienced workers who transfer to other occupations or leave the labor force should generate additional job openings.
Employment change. Overall employment in the food processing occupations is projected to increase 4 percent during the 2008–18 decade, more slowly than the average for all occupations. As the Nation's population grows, the demand for meat, poultry, and seafood, baked goods, and other processed foods will increase requiring additional people to work in these occupations. Additionally, consumers are increasingly seeking out more convenient methods of preparing meals, which is driving up demand for convenient ready-to-eat or heat foods. These foods are increasingly being prepared at the factory, as well as the local grocery store for carry-out, thus increasing the need for workers in both locations. However, increasing productivity at meat and food processing plants should offset some of the need for more workers at these plants.
Slaughterers and meat packers, meat, poultry, and fish cutters and trimmers, and butchers and meat cutters are all expected to experience some growth in employment. For these occupations in particular, faster growth will take place at the processing plant and away from retail stores, as meats are increasingly processed at processing plants or centralized facilities for delivery to stores. This shift from retail stores to food processing plants will cause demand for lesser skilled workers, who are employed primarily in meat packi...
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