For this research report I was asked to complete two surveys. These surveys were important because they helped me understand what type of career I would enjoy based on my interests and my personality. The first survey I took was the Career
The Career Center assessment revealed that I could benefit for the following areas: Exploration & Planning, Connecting with Others, Job Search Tools and Career Enrichment.
The hospitality and leisure industry hug a variety of sectors and businesses across hotels, restaurants and restaurants, travel and tourism, gaming, sport and leisure. The sector is reliant on the consumer confidence and business sentiment and is facing rising pressure to deliver innovation, value and quality. Hospitality is that business that helps people to feel welcome, relaxed and to enjoy themselves. It is all about customer service and providing the best quality and experience possible for the customers. (Discover Hospitality, 2012)
My career cluster is Eligibility Interviewers and Government. What they all have in common is about law, math, and science. They deal with customer service, administrative service, algebra, and law and government. They have to communicate by speaking. They also have to listen to people’s problems and try to solve them.
My career clusters was performing arts and I chose the career named, Music Director/Composer. Directors lead orchestras, choirs, groups, and bands while composers make music or arrange other piece in a variety of music styles. Directors ensure that the musicians play with one concert sound, balancing the melody, tuning, rhythm, and dynamic. They give feedback to the musicians or section leaders so that they can achieve the sound and style they want in the music. The work environment for directors work in religious organizations, and schools with music programs. They also spend a lot of time traveling around to and places. Composers work in offices, recording studios, or their own home. Similar occupations of this career are actors, dancer and choreographers, high, middle, and elementary school teachers, musicians and singers, producers and directors, and writers and authors. The job outlook is growing by 3% which is
The test measures 11 different vocational interests areas that fall within 5 cluster dimensions. The 11 vocational interest areas are:
After taking the FOCUS 2 quizzes and completing the worksheet, I learned about a few of my career options. I have already chosen a degree plan, and know what direction I want to go in, but I am not sure of the specifics. The FOCUS 2 Career Exploration Worksheet helped me to discover some of those specifics.
Based on my survey results I have learned that I want to have a career where I work with technology. The survey was important because it pointed out the direction that I am headed in. It also tells me that some of my strengths are working with technology involving math and science. It also points out to me some of my weaknesses that I need to work on like interpreting, reading, and following directions and figuring out what the directions are asking for. The top career that the survey picked for me was Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. In this career, I would be planning and managing scientific research. The second career choice that the survey picked for me was Information Technology. In this career, I would be designing and developing softwares and hardware. I agree with the results of the survey because even though I have several strengths I still have things I could get better at. I also agree with the survey because the top careers that the survey picked for me were the career clusters that I thought I would get in the beginning.
The hospitality industry is a very lucrative and rewarding career choice. Choosing a career in this field is not for the faint at heart. A career in this industry requires an individual that is ambitious, self-motivated, and has a charismatic personality. However, the hard work comes with many personal and financial rewards. Hospitality covers all careers that can come underneath the lodging, restaurants, event planning, theme parks, transportation, and tourism. However, this paper will go in depth explaining the role of general management, growth of employment, and human
For this research project I had to take two surveys. They were important because the told me things that I knew about myself and also some things I didn’t know, so it helped put me in the right direction to find out my career. The results I got back from the career cluster survey online
My survey results says my top two career clusters are Arts, Audio-Video Technology and Communications and Hospitality and Tourism. My survey says that I am independent, able to use creativity and imagination, trustworthy, kind-hearted, someone who enjoys nature, competitive, good at following directions, inspired, compassionate, observant, curious, dependable, good listener, don't get mad
After taking the career clusters my top three were Human services, education and training, and Finances.
1).The relationship between Hospitality and Tourism: Tourism and hospitality go hand in hand, the hospitality industry offer services like accommodation, transportation, food and beverage, recreation and leisure. Tourism is the activity by the tourists where they engage in travelling to destinations where they want to experience recreational and leisure activities and most of the time avails of accommodation, food and beverage. The hospitality industry is the supplier of the services for tourism. The meaning of hospitality is providing a safe and enjoyable environment for patrons. It also means responsibly serving liquor, to ensure that patrons do not become unduly intoxicated and subsequently a problem for management, staff and the
The Kuder Occupational Interest Survey used predictive validity. Using predictive validity, they proved that over 43 percent of the sample were in occupations corresponding to their five highest ranked scales. The reported reliability ranged between .40 and .80.
tourism industry provides millions of jobs across the world, it has five main components; Accommodation, Transport, Attractions, Tour operators and Travel agents. In this induction you will learn more about each of these components.