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On a scale of 1-10. How difficult is it to earn the degree.

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Why students chose hospitality management as a career?


Well, it's quite hard to answer. I believe Business schools need to be rewired, if you look at Marketing, there will be one chapter on the Sales role in marketing. If you look at major corporations, the marketing department is relatively small compared to the sales force, I would believe it is in the 80/20 rule, 80% of employees are in Sales, 20% in marketing. Marketing can be a high turnover positions, companies looking for fresh ideas. Whereas sales is a long term position is based on building relationships and knowledge. The same can be said of high tech companies like SAP or Oracle (unfortunately do not know much of hotels - as a dissertationwriter just had to do my research into tech companies), the highest paid positions are not engineers or Marketing, it's sales engineers. This position often requires only about 15-20% of technology knowledge and 80% sales knowledge of selling large enterprise programs, a knowledge not taught at any school. My childhood friend went to a two year vocation school for computer technology, but immediately went into sales for software companies. He is very successful with a great quality of life. He educated me on the lack of high quality of sales in the technology field and most engineering degrees don't offer this program. Both in Business schools and Engineer degree programs, a degree should be available for Sales consultancy versus marketing, it should be reversed, 20% marketing and 80% sales development. Someone very wise told me everyone is in sales, whether your a mom, dad, priest or engineer.

Apr 14, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

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To connect with a college about my studies


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If you look at the dictionary meaning of hospitality, it means kindness, warmth and friendliness. In simple words, hospitality denotes politeness. For this reason, whenever you talk about hospitality industry; you can link the words like warmth or politeness to get a brief idea of this field. A firm or an organisation that is listed under hospitality industry deals with the business to offer basic to lavish services to its clientele.
The main motive of the company listed under hospitality industry is to satisfy customer needs. All the services, for instance, food, entertainment, lodging, site- seeing, travelling falls under the services presented by the hospitality industry. Although, today various developed companies do not offer services to their customers. Like every other industry, the main aim of the hospitality industry is to make profit, but companies under the hospitality belt aim to satisfy and impress customers with their conscientious behaviour and top the world service so that clientele comes back on their next visit to the same company.

As the hospitality industry sector is growing rapidly, it is attracting many students. Today, students are rushing to get the hospitality degree from a reputed college and university. If you are among those students who are pursuing hospitality management course, it is unquestionably a great career decision. Your focus and interest in the hospitality area will help you out in strengthening your hospitality career.
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Apr 12, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

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Is college actually worth the time and money?


It depends on what job you want in life. Some jobs require a college degree, and usually (not all the time) they are better pay in the long run. But the long run is around 11 years to make more money than you would have been for working a non degree job for those 15 years and not paying for college. Both ways are not wrong. There are plenty of people who live full and happy lives without going to college, and plenty who do the same with a college degree. If you want to keep working you could also apply as a part time student and just take a couple of classes a semester. The main idea is to do something you are passionate about and that's how you can be successful.

Jan 04, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

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Why Do Liberal Arts Majors Think That They are Learning "Useful job skills" In their major?


I don't think it entirely fair to say "any degree provides these" and then list quantum physics (which is most likely above bachelor degree) and computer science as examples. Obviously if they can solve "high level problems" they can think critically. But if we take a physics degree for example sure it might seem more prestigious but most people will not find jobs in physics with out at least a masters and that's if your lucky. In both cases the degree does not provide the exact skills used in a job but that does not mean the degree is useless.

Jan 04, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

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How good at math do you have to be to become an engineer?


It depends how you practice. Being that there are a lot of types of engineers i can't be super specific. I think math is taught incorrectly in most places. (To get a basic idea read the essay a mathaticiams lament, it's flawed but s good start). Reddit can also be a good source. r/math and r/learnmath

math is truth and we arrive at these truths through a serious of logical steps. Therefore I belive undersrand And become proficient in math. However the most of the joy comes from struggling with a problem. If you do not enjoy the struggle of solving problems engineering might not be for you. I hope I made sense??. Good luck.

Jan 04, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

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I'm 29 am I too old to get a Bachelors degree?


No. There have been people who got their Bachelors after the age of sixty.

Jan 04, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

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Is 24 too old to become a mathematician, starting in university?


I got my math degree at the age of 24 and it hash't hindered me at all.

Jan 04, 2017 | Higher Education (University)

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