Based on 1,811 responses, the job of Line Cook has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.55 out of 5. On average, Line Cooks are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Line Cook?
Line Cook in Dallas:
Pros: Close to home
At home feel.
Line Cook in Stone Mountain:
Pros: The distance I travel to work
Cons: It's in the state of georgia
It's ok. Could be better.
Line Cook in Philadelphia:
Pros: Its home
Cons: I never get to travel
It's ok I just wish I haf more pay or even all of the stagf because we work so hard and are always short handed.
Line Cook in Auburn:
Pros: I love meeting the students and talkong with them everyday getting to know them, and learn what their hobbies are or sports they play.
Cons: We're always short staffed. And are forced to over work ourselves to maintain our kitchen to make sure we have everything cooked on time and put out on the line in time.
Line Cook in Birmingham:
Pros: The opportunity to improve my skills
Cons: The disregard for the commute from Detroit to Birmingham by bus
Job close to home.
Line Cook in Harrison:
Pros: The people
Cons: Not sure
Sometimes difficult but usually pretty good and fun.
Line Cook in Bethel Park:
Pros: The days that go smoothly and my managers are ususally really cool
Cons: The people i work with. They bring too much negativity, and we get people sometimes who treat me poorly because I'm a woman. It's horrible but unfortunately there's nothing i can do about that.