Hospitality professional can refer to a wide range of professions such as working in spas, restaurants, resorts, hotels, cruise ships, and campsites. All hospitality jobs involve working with people to ensure the best customer experience possible with your company. Hospitality jobs are especially popular in tourist hotspots around the world, allowing hospitality professionals to work in some of the coolest places on Earth. Hospitality management professionals are creators and organizers that work to develop the best events and experiences for their customers and clients. Hospitality professionals must have strong interpersonal skills, multitasking skills, and problem-solving abilities. They must be flexible when working with multiple different personalities and work well with their team. General Hospitality management professional’s responsibilities include managing the budget, approving or denying spending, overseeing customer experience such as meet and greets and dealing with complaints, as well as overseeing location maintenance and repair. They also organize location or event food, beverages, and entertainment for many occasions. Most hospitality entrance level positions only require a high school diploma or equivalent although higher level positions do require many years experience in the industry. Job growth is dependent on the industry you are in, ranging from 1 to 7% for the decade.