USA-Based Chef Earns Over R20k for Weekends, Hourly Rate on Normal Day Makes Him High Earner

USA-Based Chef Earns Over R20k for Weekends, Hourly Rate on Normal Day Makes Him High Earner

  • Ghanaian chef Nana Anim, based in the US, reveals his success in the culinary field, earning over R400 per hour at his day job and an additional rate on weekends
  • Nana attributes his culinary journey to a passion for cooking and emphasises the importance of honing skills for financial success
  • Despite initial thoughts of returning to Ghana, he acknowledges the opportunities and support he received in the US, which helped him stay

Nana Anim, a Ghanaian chef based in the US, has revealed the financial success he's achieved through his culinary career.

He shared that he earns R470 per hour at his day job as a chef and makes an additional R26 000 on weekends.

Chef explains career in food

In an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV AFRICA, the chef emphasised the role of skill and experience in the culinary field, citing that he attended culinary school without paying for it.

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US-Based Ghanaian Chef Says He Earns GH¢299 Per Hour And GH¢17k On Weekends
Nana Anim speaking in an interview with DJ Nyaami Photo credit: SVTV Africa Source: YouTube
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Nana Anim, who works in a retirement company, expressed the leverage he has over his head chef due to the skills he acquired, leading to his impressive hourly wage.

Additionally, he disclosed that he charges R4000 per person for preparing meals for six individuals every Sunday in a video.

Pasion gets chef success

Nana Anim's success story in the culinary world stems from his passion for cooking, and he encourages others to identify and pursue what they love.

Reflecting on his experience living in the US, Nana Anim acknowledged the initial desire to return to Ghana.

However, the support from his parents and the realisation of the potential waste of opportunities motivated him to stay and build his culinary career. He spoke about overcoming challenges and finding a career path aligned with his passion for food.

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Lazy people should not travel

Briefly News previously reported that a man had sparked a huge debate on TikTok after he remarked that lazy people must drop the idea of travelling abroad in search of greener pastures.

In a TikTok video, the man working as a factory hand in a fruit packaging warehouse said the key principle of success abroad is hard work; hence, anyone without that attribute should not bother travelling.

US-based Ghanaian makes 6 figures annually

Briefly News reported that a Ghanaian living in the US said he earns over R1 million yearly as supply and logistics personnel.

Emmanuel Amponsah said he works from home, offering him enough time to do other things.

Contrary to what many believe, he asserted that one may live quietly in America without feeling stressed out, although it can be stressful sometimes.

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