by : Heather Odell
Applicants typically have a college diploma or university degree in food science, environmental studies, chemistry, health and safety or a related discipline.
Mostly this is an intermediate job.
The average hourly earning is around $19.87 for a food inspector, the average annual earning is $41,330.
Some necessary things are having very good observation and communication skills.
Its not all science, but 30 semester hours of sciences and having a well rounded education is asked for.