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Why students chose hospitality management as a career?

What Factors should see before selecting course of hotel management college?

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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.

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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.

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