A career in hospitality management is many things - but it is never boring! No other industry lets you hit the ground running faster and rise to the top sooner than hospitality, because no industry in the nation has more momentum than this one. So fasten your seat belt. If you like excitement - hospitality is your ticket to a skyrocketing career.
Hospitality is a high-reward, high-variety industry. Over the course of your career, you'll have a multitude of chances to explore different interests. The skills you develop at The Collins College of Hospitality Management can be applied to a wide range of jobs across the industry, so there'll be no shortage of exciting opportunities and fresh challenges in the years ahead.
Hospitality Job Sites
- A federal Bureau of Labor Statistics’ report predicts a steady increase in hospitality-related fields over the course of 20 years.
- As of 2008, the U.S. restaurant industry employed an estimated 13.1 million people or 9 percent of the U.S. workforce. The restaurant industry is expected to add 2 million jobs over the next decade, according to the National Restaurant Association.
- The U.S. travel and tourism industry pays $177 billion in travel-related wages and salaries and employs 1.8 million hotel property workers. Tourism directly supports more than 7.5 million travel and tourism jobs, according to the American Hotel & Lodging Association.
Just look at all the management "careers within a career" you can explore:
Theme Parks, Entertainment Centers
- Beverage Operations
Bars, Night Clubs, Taverns
Country Clubs, City Clubs, Athletic Clubs, Yacht Clubs, Military Officers Clubs
- Food Service
Corporate Dining Rooms, Hospitals, Universities, Schools, Military Bases
- Casinos and Cruise Lines Special Events
Festivals, Entertainment Industry Events
Resorts, Full-Service Hotels, Select Service Hotels, Convention Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts
Fine Dining Restaurants, Full-Service Restaurants, Family Restaurants, Quick Service Restaurants
- Travel & Tourism
Tour Companies, Airlines, Convention and Visitors Bureaus