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The purpose of this exploratory research was to quantitatively compare the early professional outcomes of hospitality management alumni from three cooperative education models in post-secondary education. Survey design was used for this comparative, descriptive research. This quantitative survey...
The purpose of this study is to examine the attitudes and perceptions of current undergraduate tourism and hospitality students in Australia toward careers in the industry. The study is exploratory and based on a quantitative approach. Areas that students have concerns over include respondent's...
Continuous industry input is needed to keep hospitality management curricula current, relevant, and applicable. However, barriers including low response rates are reported when surveying hospitality professionals about competencies and skills essential for success. In response, this study sought...
Changing circumstances and developments related to tourism consistently lead to new challenges for the higher education system. In order to meet the demands of the tourism industry on both personal and career levels, people need competencies that enable them to cope with the changing...
Each year, a substantial number of recent high school graduates are lured away from their home states, provinces, or nations to attend colleges and universities. Using New Hampshire (U.S.) as a case study, this analysis examines the impact of the migration-for-education phenomenon upon home...
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