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Stand Out From The Crowd: Our Tips For Professional Success

In our grandparents’ day and age, if you graduated high school you were basically guaranteed a job for the rest of your working career; with our parents’ generation, the same applied to university. But what about us? With higher education becoming the norm, and most jobs expecting a university degree and not to mention the years of work experience to even be considered, you might be struggling with a fear of getting lost in the crowd.

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How to Get The J1 Visa Through Placement International

The J1 visa allows students and professionals the opportunity to learn more about their industry in the USA through a cultural exchange training program. This is especially helpful for workers in the hospitality industry as the USA is at the very forefront of hospitality innovation and professionality. Best of all, unlike similar traineeships across the globe, a J1 trainee will be required by law to earn, on average, the same as their American counterparts.

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A glance into hotel safety measures after COVID-19

How will travel after covid 19 look like? We explore some of the safety measures that you may see on your next holiday.

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(Infographic) COVID 19 and the hospitality world

how will the hospitality industry look like after COVID 19? we asked you, our readers, here are the results.

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4 easy ways we can support the hospitality industry

By now, we all have heard the stories of a number of hospitality heroes and chefs who have selflessly helped others during the COVID-19 crisis, embodying the true spirit of a hospitalian. Whether this has been through feeding communities and persons in need, providing free meals for key workers or arranging hotel rooms for COVID-19 care. The hospitality community has really come together in an extraordinary way to help communities big and small during this worldwide pandemic. It has been incredibly heartening and inspiring to see the selfless acts of providing assistance and support, even though the hospitality industry itself is one of the most affected industries by the pandemic. Many businesses large and small within the industry are struggling financially, and will do so for some time to come. Therefore, I wanted to compile a list of ways in which we all can give back and support the hospitality industry during these uncertain times.

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Beginner or Expert: The Best Online Sources for Cooking

For a while now, many of us have been working from home, filling our time with Netflix series and movies. Of course, we need to eat in the midst of all of that. Health officials have however advised restricting food outings to reduce coronavirus exposure.

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