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The hospitality industry is very broad and includes jobs working in lodging, casinos, food service, resorts, and travel agencies. According to the BLS, jobs related to leisure and hospitality are expected to experience slow growth from 2014 to 2024.
Occupations requiring bachelor’s and master’s degrees in hospitality and business are expected to experience the most growth in the next few years.
Hospitality jobs include jobs in Financial, transportation, lodging, casino, recreation, food service, marketing, and consulting. Given how broad the hospitality industry is, the type of responsibilities and work environment a worker has will vary greatly. Some hospitality positions include hotel management, housekeeping, servers, bartenders, activity coordinators, meeting and conventional planners, sales professionals, and resort consultants. Hospitality jobs exist at all levels of the industry with a different level of requirements and training for each position.
The type of work environment that workers in the hospitality industry varies greatly. However, many hospitality jobs will spend a considerable amount of time interacting with and assisting customers and guests.
Many hospitality jobs will require that workers be available to work weekends and holidays. Some management positions require employees to be on call 24 hours a day.
Since there are a large variety of hospitality jobs, below is a list of areas with their corresponding jobs that applicants can choose to apply in.
Some low-level jobs, such as housekeeping, maintenance, service and bartending jobs need at least a high school diploma. For other occupations that are more specialized, skills may be obtained through training programs or degrees offered by accredited vocational schools, colleges, or universities.
Some degrees that are valuable to applicants looking for work in hospitality include hospitality management, business, and hotel and restaurant management.
Given that jobs are available at all levels of the hospitality industry, salary will vary greatly and depend on your position and educational level. The average hourly earnings for all employees is around $16.21.
For applicants interested in hotel management, the annual median wage is around $51,800, with the lowest 10 percent earned less than $28,930 and highest 10 percent earning more than $98,370.
Most hospitality jobs require that applicants have good communication, interpersonal and excellent customer service skills as most jobs involve interacting with customers and guest.
You can search for a hospitality job listing through websites like CareerBuilder, Monster, Indeed, SimplyHired, and JobsInEachState.com. You can also check your local papers or do a general web search for your area for hospitality jobs.
Candidates must possess the following qualities:-Excellent floor presence and a passion for hospitality -Genuine enjoyment of working with people-Passionate, energetic, and detail oriented-Friday ... Additional Details
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The Winery Tasting Room & Membership Sales Manager will promote an environment focused on excellent customer service and hospitality while leading a sales team. Reporting directly to our Ownership ... Additional Details
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Front Desk Agent The Camp Lucy Front Desk Agents are responsible for ensuring that Camp Lucy's guests are all properly taken care of with excellent hospitality. Responsibilities: -Adhere to all ... Additional Details
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Supervises and directs all work activities of Hospitality Services staff which may include one or more of the following departments: Patient Transportation , Environmental, and Linen Departments Additional Details
HSS Hospitality Staffing Solutions is recognized as the largest national hospitality staffing company today serving over 900 hotels nationwide. Our commitment to quality in servicing hospitality ... Additional Details
Do you have Hospitality or Food & Beverage Experience? NOW HIRING Customer Service Representatives! Tired of working graveyard shifts? Spending weekends away from your friends and family on Holidays Additional Details
Now interviewing for Various Culinary and Hospitality Management positions. To be considered for our current, confidential opportunities with partners in our high-profile portfolio in the Metro Area ... Additional Details
Now interviewing for Various Hospitality and Culinary Management positions. To be considered for our current, confidential opportunities with partners in our high-profile portfolio in the Metro Area ... Additional Details
Strong focus on hospitality, with a passion for exceeding client expectations * Excellent communication skills and consistent client follow up from planning to execution * Ability to maintain strong ... Additional Details
Job Summary The Hospitality Associate is responsible for creating a world class "showtime" customer experience for each and every customer who walks in the store. This position is accountable for ... Additional Details
Strong Wine Knowledge Company Description Horizon Hospitality continues to be recognized as the leading source of talent acquisition for hotels, resorts, restaurants and country clubs. Since Horizon ... Additional Details
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Amid all their day-to-day, our Restaurant/Hospitality Managers maintain an unwavering commitment to guest satisfaction and a dedication to developing the team's hourly staff. If you've ever thought ... Additional Details
Our clients are industry leaders in hospitality and culinary! They only want the ROCK STAR restaurant leaders in hospitality and culinary. These roles include Multi-Unit, GMs, Managers, Executive ... Additional Details
... hospitality staffing company dedicated to filling our client orders for temporary, temp-to-hire, and permanent hospitality workers. When our company started in 2003, we had zero clients and ... Additional Details
HPS recruits only for the hospitality industry. We recruit for all levels of management positions and all departments. You can view and apply to any and all of our open positions on our website ... Additional Details
Previous experience in customer service or hospitality a plus * Ability to physically stand, bend, squat, and lift up to 40+ pounds through course of shift * Basic computer skills; experience with ... Additional Details
Our Restaurant/Hospitality Managers assist the General Manager with all aspects of the center and its management. In the General Manager's absence, they'rethe ones who hold down the fort, assuming ... Additional Details