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You defined about the mentioned topic which you have covered nicely and given us a better chance to understand all the scenario why students choose hospitality management while selecting their career niche. In the past almost 3 to 4 days ago I chatted with a student who said to me I am having to write an assignment and I have not finished it yet so I helped him in his custom assignment writing. One of the reasons that most students fear of while choosing their career is the lack of confidence because they haven't try to do their work be their self yet, so when they reach at this stage where they must have to choose any one career so they get confused.
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.