Scope: The vast majority of workers in the hospitality industry -- more than eight out of 10 in 2004 -- were employed in service and administrative support positions. Employment of hotel, motel and resort desk clerks is expected to grow faster than some other occupations in the industry. Hotels also employ many workers in part-time and seasonal jobs.
Hospitality industry fear not! Despite an unemployment rate that?s higher than the national average, hotel jobs and hospitality jobs are actually on the rise. Projected to grow 17.7% through 2014, the most popular hotel jobs and hospitality jobs continue to be waiters and waitresses. Oh, and the employment rate for hospitality jobs is at an all-time high as well.Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
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