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Hospitality careers are exciting because they allow you the opportunity to interact with various people. Most occupations allow little interaction with the outside world. Those who are employed by call centers are generally confined to a booth or cubicle. The only conversations they enjoy are with customers whom they speak with on the telephone. Even individuals who work in offices complain of feeling trapped. Individuals who desire a work environment that is exciting and different may consider one of the many hospitality careers available.

Hospitality does not only refer to working in a restaurant. Hospitable can be defined as "being generous, or showing reception to guest." Thus, individuals with hospitality careers work directly with guests. Common hospitality careers involve working in a hotel. Hotel occupations include front desk staff, bellman, housekeepers, concierge, and so forth. Staff members work together to ensure that our hotel stay is a pleasurable one. Five star hotels practically roll out the red carpet for guests. From the time you check in there are people available who virtually care for any request.

A college degree is not required to obtain employment in the hospitality field. Nonetheless, individuals who plan on advancing in hospitality may choose to receive an Associates degree. This degree program is two years, and will equip students with the necessary training to become a kitchen manager, hotel manager, front office manager, and purchasing manager.

Hospitality careers also require that employees have excellent customer service skills. Hotel guests may make unreasonable demands or become rude. Those employed in hospitality must remain calm at all times. In addition, excellent customer service skills are also necessary because many hospitality workers receive tips to supplement their income. Workers are also paid a salary; however the greater part of their income is from tips that are received from guests.

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