At some point in their career, many hospitality industry professionals find themselves between jobs — and that’s okay. If you’re in this situation right now, it’s time to take action.

Exciting news for the U.S. hotel industry — performance growth is project through 2017, according to data released in June by STR and Tourism Economics. Hoteliers and employees can rest

Miami is one of the best cities in the country for hospitality workers. From May 2015 to May 2016, the industry saw a 3.7 percent employment growth in the city,

Getting a call inviting you to interview for a job you’re really interested in always feels great. Whether you have decades of experience in the hospitality industry or have only

Landing an interview for a job you’re really interested in feels great. You’ll no doubt spend plenty of time researching the company and formulating responses to questions commonly asked, but

Incorporating certain keywords and phrases into your resume and LinkedIn profile can help you get noticed by employers, but they don’t all carry equal weight. Certain terms can actually hinder

The hospitality industry is a very competitive landscape. The best jobs are in high demand, so if you want to present yourself as a strong candidate, you need to prove

While some jobs require new employees to create a 30-60-90-day plan, those in the hospitality industry typically do not. Despite the fact that it’s not a hard-and-fast requirement, 30-60-90-day plans

While some job seekers in the hospitality industry find the initial interview process to be a breeze, others struggle with the process. One of the biggest issues cited comes in

While many job seekers spend the majority of their time preparing for questions that involve their past employers, academic history or day-to-day responsibilities, employers within the hospitality industry tend to