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Three reasons to choose a career in hospitality and tourism


There’s a career to suit you Whoever you are and whatever your ambitions, there is a career in hospitality and tourism for you. If you like to keep active, there are hands-on


roles in the kitchen, and a career in pubs and bars is perfect if you love being around people. Hospitality and tourism include the fast-paced world of events, visitor attractions and hotels. Each sector offers a unique working environment and its own set of careers. You could manage a youth hostel, co-ordinate multimillion-pound events or create amazing dishes as a chef – the world is your oyster! Did you know there are more than 50 job roles in hospitality and tourism? Take the personality test at www.hospitalityguild.co.uk to help decide which hospitality role is for you.


Work hard and you’ll soon be promoted If you want to work your way to the top – and fast – hospitality is an ideal place to start your career. Many managers begin in entry-level positions and progress through on-the-job training. Learning on the job means the possibilities are endless. With the right training and experience, a kitchen porter can become a restaurant manager. Did you know that there is high demand for


hospitality managers? More than 225,000 managers are needed by 2024 – get the right training and you could be leading and inspiring your own team.


Two million people can’t be wrong The UK hospitality and tourism industry boasts a workforce of over 2.2 million people. Restaurants and hotels in particular have had massive growth, and the best thing is you’re definitely not stuck for choice with a career in either sector. Waiting staff, sommeliers, event co-ordinators and food and beverage managers all play a part in creating the welcoming hospitality experience.


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