Mismatch between expectations of tourism industry and new joiners

Mismatch between expectations of tourism industry and new joiners
Nanyang Polytechnic Business Management School surveyed 140 NYP students and alumni of their hospital and tourism course, as well as 50 industry players from hotels, restaurants and the MICE industry.

SINGAPORE - The survey found that students prefer companies that provide career paths and job stability while the industry assumes that pay factors as the main attraction for graduates. Students also said that they apply for hospitality and tourism jobs based on information from peers while the industry assumes they use online and social media resources.


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