The lifting of pandemic protocols opened opportunities for both the industry and aspiring employees
A report published by Facts and Factors revealed the ideal characteristics one must have to work in the hospitality industry, including empathy, reported Globe News Wire. One must be patient with multiple requests and be willing to provide customers’ needs, all while maintaining proper protocol and hygiene standards.
This year, Torrens University Australia multiple career opportunities are up for grabs in the sector due to the post-pandemic resurgence and operators now running at full capacity.
2023 will see multiple hospitality industry career trends and opportunities, especially since it has been included on the Forbes list of Five Top Industries For Job Seekers in 2023. ESG implications and wellness tourism will be more pronounced in the industry while opportunities grow from staff shortages and the increase in demand for digital hospitality jobs.
Hospitality site ResDiary also shared this year’s upcoming trends, predicting a boost in the utilisation of technology, a rise in demand for smaller venues, an increase of 30.1 percent in online bookings, and a decrease of 60 percent in cancellations.
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