The UK hospitality industry is a vibrant exciting place to work but sadly many people see it as temporary employment, stop gap until something else comes along.
Working in the hospitality sector can offer a rewarding career for young people with the potential to offer opportunities to suit everyone. The hospitality sector includes opportunities to work in hotels, restaurants, bars, contract catering, cruise liners and much much more ……….
Supported by Fred Sirieix General Manager at Galvin at Windows – London Hilton on Park Lane.
It’s so important for the hospitality industry to get behind this pioneering initiative – which will encourage new talent into our exciting and dynamic sector.
“There are so many opportunities for young people in all areas of the hospitality industry, locally, nationally and indeed internationally. If we, as employers, are to meet our industry’s future skills needs, we must work together to raise awareness of the many fulfilling careers on offer.
“Myhospitalityworld enables people to find out more about our industry, while giving employers the opportunity to showcase the amazing career possibilities that exist. I give my full support to this initiative and would encourage as many hospitality businesses as possible to get involved – this is a great opportunity to get new talent on board.”
Careers in Hospitality
To find out more about the Hospitality and Catering Industry visit www.startprofile.com
In order to access the information will need to create an account. To do this, please follow the instructions below:
- Click on the above link
- Click register
- Enter the details and select ‘get started’
- Login using your new login details
- Enter personal interests
- Enter details
- Click start and you will be directed to the home page
- To explore hospitality and catering, click on the ‘world of work’ tab, click ‘explore by industry’ and select ‘Hospitality and Catering’.
- Or once you have registered and logged in, click on the following link: www.startprofile.com/world-of-work/explore/industry/