Can Work Really be about Pleasure? You Bet!
Students will benefit from a unique multi-disciplinary curriculum that blends information from the Exercise and Sport Science and Meeting and Event Management programs. As a graduate, students are ready to manage or coordinate activities at a spa or resort destination.
Hospitality shines as the largest and fastest growing industry on the planet. Spas and resorts rank as one of the industry’s most expansive and promising segments. Having a degree could make all the difference when going after a great job.
According to HCareers, a hospitality employment website, employers are looking for job prospects with more schooling.
“On the hiring side, there’s a distinct trend in employers looking for candidates with post-secondary degrees and diplomas in hospitality and foodservice-related disciplines,” reported Jordan Romoff, a recruiter of hospitality professionals for Lecours Wolfson, one of the top hospitality recruitment agencies in North America.
HCareers also noted that the “average salary for general managers of some upscale resorts is now more than $100,000, plus a handsome annual bonus.”
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